PUBG mobile to roll out big 1.0 update on September 8

PUBG mobile – Popular battle royale game to roll out a big update for PUBG mobile on September 8 that will bring up to a 30 percent increase in frame rate and a 76 percent decrease in lag and also a number of visual and design overhauls, including improvements to the main lobby screen and redesigns of parachuting, sprinting, and other in-game movements.

The update is scheduled for September 8. “We want to thank every single one of our players for joining us on our journey to the 1.0 launch. Throughout the design and development process we’ve been adamant on keeping the iconic PUBG MOBILE IP and style, while we’ve continued to innovate to deliver the ultimate experience for mobile devices,” said a spokesperson from PUBG MOBILE.

PUBG MOBILE esports is going to the next level with the announcement of PUBG MOBILE World League (PMWL) and World Championship combined into one epic event, the biggest global mobile esports tournament PUBG MOBILE Global Championship (PMGC). Season Zero of PMGC will begin in late November and top pro teams from all regions including Americas, Europe, South Asia, Southeast Asia, Middle East, China, will face off in an epic battle to crown the Global Champions and take home the share of $2M.

PUBG MOBILE first launched in 2018 and has since achieved over 600M downloads and 50 Million Daily Active Players which one of the most successful games on the planet.

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