PUBG Mobile 2 may be announced as early as next week, according to prominent PUBG data miner PlayerIGN. The reliable leaker revealed that the new game will be available on Android and iOS and will likely be announced during the ongoing PUBG Global Invitational.S 2021 event. PUBG Mobile was one of the leading battle royale games, and the new title could assert Krafton’s dominance in the mobile gaming market. It is currently unknown if the new title will be available in India, with the original PUBG Mobile title still being banned in the country. Reports of PUBG Mobile being in the works first surfaced in January, and the most recent rumors suggest that the game will be announced at PGI.S. Here is everything we know about PUBG Mobile 2 so far.
PUBG Mobile 2 is set to offer a fresh take on the popular battle royale game with new gameplay elements. According to PlayerIGN, these are the elements of PUBGM 2 that have been leaked on Weibo:
The upcoming title is set in the future and will feature futuristic weaponry, items, and gadgets. The title could follow Apex Legends' footsteps and offer abilities and a high-tech arsenal to all players.
PUBG Mobile 2 will feature a brand-new map set in the future, but it is currently unknown if it will deviate much in terms of gameplay mechanics.
The upcoming game is set to be announced next week for Android and iOS.
PUBGM2 was first dubbed Project XTRM, and PlayerIGN reported on January 6th that Krafton has indeed been working on a sequel to the massively popular PUBG Mobile. It is unknown if the upcoming game will replace its predecessor or remain a standalone game with fresh gameplay mechanics set in the future.
The PUBG Global Invitational.S 2021 event is ongoing, and the game is expected to be announced next week. The global esports event will end on March 28th. We should receive information from Krafton over the next few weeks if the rumors are true.
PUBG Mobile was banned in India because it was developed by Chinese developer Tencent and not Krafton, the Korean studio behind PUBG PC. If PUBGM2 is fully developed by Krafton, a ban may not be imposed on the upcoming title. With no official announcement yet, Indian fans will have to wait and see if the upcoming title will be available in India following the ban of PUBG Mobile last year. Krafton has reportedly been working on getting the ban on PUBG Mobile lifted, but there has been no official news regarding the title coming back to the country yet.