PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has flipped the gaming community on its head, taking the world by storm on both PC and Xbox One, yet now it's on the smallest screens of all: iOS and Android. In an even more shocking turn of events, the mobile port of PUBG is actually pretty good.
PUBG Mobile runs smoothly - so smoothly in fact, you're better off playing this than on Xbox - and on top of that, it's stable and doesn't look half bad for a game that's only taking up a shy single GB of space.
The cherry on top is the fact that the mobile port is free. So if you've been wanting to get into that PUBG life but have been strapped for cash, you're in luck. These versions have all the same feel of a standard PUBG round, and the sweaty palms intensity of going for a chicken dinner remains ever-present.
In a game as competitive as PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, you need to know all the ins and outs to make sure you have a leg up on the competition. If you're chasing the top spot, you're going to need to know how to stand above the rest.