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PUBG Mobile: Marching

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Finally an authentic PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS on Android

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PUBG Mobile: Marching (formerly known as Army Attack) is an official version of the game PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS developed by Tencent for the Asian market. It's one of the two titles licenced by Bluehole, and in this case, unlike the more conservative Exhilarating Battlefield, it builds on the original with more vehicles, including air and sea options.

In this version, just like its older brother, you are dropped into a battle royale against 100 other players where you have to fight to the last man standing. The enormous island battlefield forces you to move around by shrinking in size constantly. That way you are bound to run into another player sooner or later.

Controls have been adapted nicely from the original, and you still need to run, crouch, and aim manually. The game's HUD displays information about your location on the map and the casualties that rack up on the island. There is also a system to manage the inventory of items that you've encountered on your quest to survive.

As you play the game you get resources that let you unlock new aesthetic options for your avatar, as well as special equipment that starts in your inventory at the start of the next round.
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Notes

This game is in Chinese. You will need to make a WeChat or QQ account in order to play. Both are free of charge.

Requirements

Requires Android 4.4 or higher.

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