PUBG Mobile has achieved 1 Billion downloads worldwide, according to Tencent. This announcement was made during the mobile game’s third-anniversary party live stream on YouTube on March 21, 2021. Since it was launched in March 2018, PUBG Mobile has taken the Battle Royale trend and has since exploded in popularity around the globe. This is due to their constant release of exciting events, collaborations, and esports tournaments which the gaming community enjoyed throughout the years. After three years of service, PUBG Mobile, on their third-anniversary celebration, has announced their new milestone of reaching 1 Billion downloads across Android and iOS devices.
PUBG Mobile: Achieved 1 Billion Downloads Worldwide
As a game that defined the Battle Royale genre, Krafton, the company behind one the biggest Battle Royale mobile games, has definitely made the right decision to release a mobile version of their popular PC game of the same name. Since PUBG Mobile’s release in March 2018, the Battle Royale mobile game has gained massive support from fans due to their constant release of exciting events, collaborations, and esports tournaments that cater to both esports professionals casual players.
According to Sensor Tower, PUBG Mobile sat at the top in terms of worldwide revenue. The popular mobile battle royale game reportedly made $2.6 Billion USD worldwide despite its ban in India.
The game has recently reached another milestone of reaching 1 Billion downloads across Android and iOS devices. This was announced during the PUBG Mobile 3rd Anniversary Livestream Party on YouTube. This cements PUBG Mobile as one of the biggest Battle Royale mobile esports titles in the world.
During the 3rd Anniversary Party, PUBG Mobile teamed up with world-class DJs such as Alesson, Lost Frequencies, and R3HAB for a stunning live performance. The three DJs debuted new singles during the live stream, Alesso’s “Going Dumb,” Lost Frequencies’ “Rise,” and R3HAB’s “Stars Align,” were revealed during the live performance.
The three singles along with BLACKPINK’s remix version of “DDU-DU DDU-DU” will be released into the game. Players can hear these soundtracks through the PUBG Mobile Music Feature, which was added during the 1.3 patch update earlier in March.
PUBG Mobile, after three years of live service, is yet to show signs of slowing down. The popular Battle Royale mobile game keeps growing at an exponential rate. It will certainly be interesting to see how the game develops in the next few months after this recent achievement.