PlayerUnknown’s Battleground Mobile (aka PUBG Mobile) has been around for almost two years and it keeps getting better and better as its popularity is spreading among Jamaican teens and young adults whether in Universities or High schools alike. To break it down, PUBG Mobile is an online multiplayer battle royal where a player, or group of players, takes part in militant battles against NPCs and other players on large maps consisting of realistic weapons and gadgets associated with them. Gadgets include scopes, recoil arms, extended magazines, quick reload magazines etc. These all aid in the fun, but serious, game-play which is themed the last man or team standing. There are continuous updates, whether they are new weapons, maps or outfits based on the current season.
Currently, there are three large map present in the games, each having its own unique geographic feature. Both Erangel and Sanhok have similar tropical environments with Miramar resembling a deserted island. The maps are very huge, giving players enough time to raid and loot houses for weapons, ammunition or med kits and other amenities vital for survival.
The game-play is rather vicious and technical due to various features present in-game. From the type of ammunition needed for a specific weapon to navigating the map using an internal compass, PUBG Mobile keeps the player on guard as one never knows when an attack wil be made.