PUBG Mobile now works on your PC, thanks to an official emulator

May 10, 2018 Abhimanyu Ghoshal


If you’ve enjoying PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds’ free-to-play mobile version on your phone, but want more precise control like what your mouse and keyboard offer, Tencent has got you covered. The Chinese game publisher has launched an official Android emulator for PC, which lets you fire up the mobile version of the popular Battle Royale title on your desktop and use your mouse and keyboard as input devices. Players who take this route will only be paired with others who are also using the emulator, so you won’t have an unfair advantage over those playing on touchscreens. The installer itself has a…

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