PUBG Mobile is playable on almost all smartphones but you might prefer a keyboard and mouse or you might just not want to play it on your mobile. That’s where the Tencent Gaming Buddy emulator comes in, making PUBG mobile playable on PC with the keyboard and mouse. This guide will help you download and install Tencent Gaming Buddy so that you can play PUBG Mobile on PC.
Step 1: Download Tencent Gaming Buddy
Click here to go to the website and click on the big yellow download button to start the download of the emulator. It should start the download of a file which is 8.7MB in size.
Step 2: Installing Tencent Gaming Buddy
Open the file you just downloaded and click install if you want to install it to your default C Drive. If you want to install it in another drive, click customize and choose your drive there and hit the install button. If you are unsure about this just click the Install button. The emulator will now start installing.
Click the Start button and the emulator will launch. You must now wait for the game to download. After it downloads you will see that the game will automatically start installing.
Once it is installed, choose your graphics settings based on the system on which you are playing the game. Once that is done, your game will launch and you can start playing PUBG Mobile on your PC!
If your language is not set to English, follow the image guide below to change it to English.
And it is that simple. You may now enjoy playing PUBG Emulator on your PC.
The Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Battle Royale mode, Blackout, had its Beta Open a few days back which let players get a feel of this new battle royale mode. With a lot of praise from CoD fans and Battle Royale game fans alike, did this Beta in any way disrupt the king of Battle Royale games, PUBG?
The Blackout Beta wowed many players due to its fast-paced arcade action which has been the signature for Call of Duty games and because of how well it incorporated the various game mechanics into the Battle Royale game mode. While the Beta certainly helped boost pre-order sales and maybe even helped those on the edge about purchasing the game make a decision, there were many who jumped aboard the hype train. Those people who did were quick to state that this game would be the one to bring down PUBG and Fortnite and become one of the most played Battle Royale games on the market.
While this isn’t much to go off of, we have the SteamSpy graph to help us see if the Blackout Beta lowered PUBG’s active player count and it’s usual daily player count. As seen from the graph, there didn’t seem to be any disruption and PUBG’s concurrent peak players crossed 1 million players every day of the Blackout Beta. Another thing to note is that the Blackout will come with Black Ops 4 so to play Blackout you’ll have to shell out $60 or the regional equivalence to play it which could mean a lower player-count than the Open beta which is free for everyone.
This is specific to the PC platform though and chances are that the console versions will fare better since the PS4 doesn’t have PUBG and will go up against Fortnite while the Xbox One version should have more players due to the unstable performance of PUBG on that console.
It is going to be very interesting to see how each Battle Royale faired at the end of the year since Blackout, Firestorm, and Ring of Elysium will have been out by then.