PUBG Mobile Announces Collaborations With Jujutsu Kaisen, Alan Walker, More
PUBG Mobile has officially announced multiple upcoming partnerships.
PUBG Mobile following the conclusion of the PUBG Mobile 2021 Team-Up Challenge had announced multiple collaborations coming to the game. The develovers officially revealed partnerships with Jujutsu Kaisen - a popular Japanese manga series and anime, Alan Walker - world-renowned DJ and record producer, and Zaha Hadid Architects - award-winning design firm. Though specific details pertaining to each collaboration has not been revealed so far, the players are excited for the content that lies ahead.
While PUBG Mobile has partnered with Alan Walker multiple times in the past, it will be the first time they collaborate with the other two, especially Zaha Hadid Architects whose cutting edge designs will be deployed in future map updates.
PUBG Mobile officially reveals collaborations with Jujutsu Kaisen, Alan Walker, Zaha Hadid Architects
The PUBG Mobile x Jujutsu Kaisen collaboration comes after the success of the Godzilla vs Kong event in the Mobile Battle Royale title came to an end a few months back.
Specific details related to the crossover have not been revealed so far but the developers have promised that "The world famous anime and manga series will be launching new collaborative content, coming soon to PUBG Mobile".
In addition, PUBG Mobile is also collaborating with popular British-Norwegian DJ and Music Producer Alan Walker once again. He has previously worked with PUBG Mobile twice, once in 2019 to release his new singles at the time 'On My Way' and 'Live Fast' within the game, followed by another collaboration as part of the game's first anniversary celebration.
The final collaboration is with Zaha Hadid Architects with a focus on cutting edge architecture that the 1.5 Update recently introduced to PUBG Mobile. Through this partnership, the developers are aiming to "further enhance the innovative in-game designs".
All the in-game design changes will be reflected in the future map updates for all the players to enjoy.
Apart from these three collaboration, PUBG Mobile once again focussed upon the Next Star Program which is currently underway, featuring $100,000,000 USD total prize pool which is the largest in content creation history as claimed by PUBG Mobile. This program is already underway in Asia, but the developers aim to launch it at a global scale sometime in the future.