For an extension, the PUBG Mobile universe is expected. The second version of PUBG Mobile, a survival horror series based on the PUBG Mobile theme and an animated feature, was recently claimed by the developers. Bluehole, which is now part of South Korea’s Krafton. They did not, however, mention anything at all about the timelines for these future organizations to begin. However, there are new details that appear to have a launch date and some main features.
PlayerIGN said in a post on Twitter that PUBG Mobile 2 could be released as early as the upcoming week. Details from a Weibo post that has now been removed were obtained from the user, the images of which indicate a few game items. It is said to be set in 2051, giving off the vibe of a world that is post-apocalyptic.
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This is something we’ve seen only in films. On the other hand, it could be an environment that is similar to that of the Jetsons animated series. At this point, everything is uncertain but it is pleasing to know that in terms of regions, PUBG Mobile is taking this thrilling leap. There’ll be creative gadgets, weapons, and vehicles in the game, along with different map styles.
One of these additional functions will be robots and deployable gun emplacements, which will make the experience like never before. We have terrestrial vehicles to hover around a spot at the moment. A drone can either hold the person or be used with a weapon built into it, or it may also be used for monitoring purposes only.
As we know it, the Battle Royale mode will have a reimagined system that players will first need to get used to. For beginners who are frequently outplayed by veterans in the game as they are not aware of the whole skill set, this is good news.
It is not clear, for now, whether PUBG Mobile 2 will arrive in India. Whether the game has any Chinese ties will depend on the arrival of this upcoming game in India. And even if there’s none, Krafton’s going to have to get an Indian government’s yes.
The present situation reflects the deadlock over the launch of PUBG Mobile India. It is a censored edition of the smash-hit PUBG Mobile, between PUBG Corporation (Krafton unit) and the Indian government. The Indian government has banned it over security concerns following the Galwan Valley battle between India and China.