5 best alternatives to PUBG Mobile in India
To say that PUBG Mobile is was popular in India would be an understatement. With over 175 million downloads, accounting for 24% of lifetime downloads and active daily user base of over 13 million players, PUBG Mobile was, by and large, the most popular mobile game in the country. So now that it and PUBG Mobile Lite have both been banned by the Government of India, where do smartphone gamers get their fix? 5 best alternatives to PUBG Mobile in India
Call of Duty Mobile
When the legendary Call of Duty series finally decided to make its way to mobile phones it did it right. The game is supremely polished, ships with solid mechanics, PvP modes, and, of course, a 100-player battle royale mode. There’s more than enough content too including weapons, character unlocks, and more.
Fortnite is a bit different from the standard shooters you’ll find in this list. What sets it apart is a crafting element that lets you, well, build walls, weapons, and traps around you. You can even sync your console and PC data to bring over your preferred skins.
- Garena Free Fire
Free Fire is another very popular mobile battle royale game that managed to hit 100 million peak daily users earlier this year. An excellent alternative to PUBG Mobile, the game offers up to 150 player combat and is tweaked for shorter bursts of gameplay up to 10 minutes in length.
4. Battlelands Royale
Battlelands Royale is a bit different in that it follows a top-down shooting style. It lets up to 32 players join in for short, 3-5 minute battles. The best part? There is very little wait time and no lobbies either. The perfect mobile battle royale game to play in short bursts.
5. Pixel’s Unknown Battle Ground
If you reallymiss PUBG, this one might be right up your street. Pixel’s Unknown Battle Ground is practically a straight-up clone of PUBG with a twist