Krafton could announce and launch PUBG Mobile 2 as early as subsequent week. It’s been advised that the South Korean firm has a PUBG Mobile 2 launch date slated throughout the ongoing PUBG Global Invitational.S for the PC model of the sport. In addition to the aforementioned launch, PUBG dataminer and leaker PlayerIGN (no relation to IGN or IGN India) has additionally said it could be set in 2051, function futuristic weapons, and have a model new map. Previously, PlayerIGN claimed that PUBG 2 for consoles and PC in addition to cell have been in growth full with cross-platform help.
Rumor: PUBG Mobile 2 could launch subsequent week.
– Set in 2051
– New map
– Futuristic model, using devices
– Supports Android/iOS
– Will be introduced subsequent week
(presumably at PGI.S, are we going to see one other Diablo Immortal incident?)
Info translated from Weibo pic.twitter.com/l3g0TOSKrU
— PlayerIGN (@PlayerIGN) February 23, 2021
It’s secure to imagine that PUBG 2.0 will use a more recent recreation engine, presumably Unreal Engine 4. Project XTRM, which was revealed by way of a job itemizing final yr, required expertise with Unreal Engine 4, giving extra credence to the hearsay.
PUBG Mobile 2 India Release Date
It will likely be fascinating to see if PUBG Mobile 2 makes it to India in any respect. Citing nationwide safety PUBG Mobile has been banned within the nation. Sources inform IGN India that that is everlasting. That being stated, assuming that Krafton is creating PUBG Mobile 2 somewhat than Tencent and may assure the Indian authorities that it isn’t a risk to the nation’s safety, it ought to see an India launch.
That stated, Tencent has had a hand in creating Call of Duty: Mobile that’s revealed by Activision in addition to the upcoming Apex Legends that has EA as its writer. Neither writer have been served notices of a ban.
Since PUBG Mobile’s ban in India, Korean firm Krafton took over publishing duties for the sport in India from China’s Tencent, added “India” to the identify, claimed to commit $100 million in funding for the nation, and partnered with Microsoft to run the sport’s servers in a bid to boost information safety — all with a view to win favour with the Indian authorities. All of this appears to be for nought.
Interestingly, the ban on PUBG Mobile has accomplished little to cease Indians from enjoying the sport. According to analytics agency App Annie (by way of TechCrunch) PUBG Mobile’s MAU (month-to-month energetic customers) from India is over 15 million.
We’ve reached out to Krafton for remark and can replace this story if we hear from the corporate.