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Differences Between PUBG Mobile VS PC

Updated on August 30, 2019

The famous battle royale game PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) is well known for being available on both PC and mobile platform. Although they are both PUBG, this game on the PC platform and on the mobile platform has so many differences, thus raising a lot of questions from newcomers of the game: What are the differences between PUBG mobile vs PC.

Number one: Graphics

The number one difference between PUBG mobile and PUBG pc is obviously the graphics. Everybody can see this, of course. PUBG on mobile is the low-end graphics version of the game because it is designed for the standard specs of smartphones all over the world, which is quite low. This version of PUBG can hardly achieve more than 480p resolution.

Meanwhile, the PUBG version on PC will offer a much smoother gaming experience than the mobile version of the game. With higher specs that smartphones, PC can handle bigger processing workload, and the most obvious result in the graphics level of the game. On PC, PUBG can run somewhere like 720p or 1080p.

Number two: Interior Designing between PUBG mobile vs PC

This should be listed in the number one difference, but since this difference is so huge that we decide to list as the second aspect. There is not much design effort inside the houses in PUBG mobile. Doors, rooms, walls of the game in the mobile platform are pretty normal, even you can call that design extremely basic and we still agree with you. On the other hand, interior design in PUBG PC is much more detailed, with a lot of additional decoration on walls and doors. Big rooms in PUBG on PC are even divided into numerous smaller rooms.

Number three: Game Updates between PUBG mobile vs PUBG PC

Updates for online battle royale are one of the key factors that keep the loyal players playing the game, as well as attract more new players. Both PUBG mobile and PUBG PC have updates released regularly, but the sizes of updates patches are the main difference between PUBG pc vs mobile. With the base game about 1,6GB, an update patch of PUBG mobile normally stands at more than 1GB. In the meantime, an update patch for PUBG PC can be bigger than 10GB, considering the base game has already taken 19GB of your PC memory.

Number four: Training Camps of PUBG PC vs mobile

As the size of the game is much bigger in PUBG PC than in the mobile version of the game, Camp Jackal is also much bigger on PC than on mobile. This means you can practice your driving skill much easier on PC than on mobile


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