Your Victory Is A Lie — PUBG Mobile

Fortnite is beating PUBG at the money game, but losing in downloads

PUBG's 'Event Mode' will have rotating game types and modes

Further details are now available after PlayerUnknown himself Brendan Greene and CH Kim CEO of PUBG corp released a "Thank You" video for the fans.

Well, what happened here was that Tim Sweeney (who is the founder of Epic Games) said that he personally believes that it is only a matter of time before the wall between consoles comes down, so all players can finally play "Fortnite: Battle Royale" together. Whereas PUBG's two maps are large and sprawling, Fortnite's map is much smaller. Let us know in the comments if you plan on picking up the outfit.

According to the analysis provided by SuperData, the passing of PUBG in terms of viewership was indeed directly proportional to success in the market. But the tables seem to have turned now as Fortnite has outdone PUBG and posted a revenue of $126 million in the month of February compared to the $103 million by the latter. After all, the free-to-play title is beating PUBG as Twitch's most watched and streamed game, which is likely due in part to Fortnite's steady stream of content.

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The mobile counterpart to PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds released to some wide fanfare on Monday, March 19th, with gamers praising the game's smoothly optimized transition onto the mobile platform. Now that the game has been officially launched on PC and early access testing is underway on Xbox One, the team wants to get back to working on new features for PUBG again. Or when H1Z1 came out, it was killing Arma 3. However, for mobile devices, the port of Fortnite on iOS is great and Apple iPhone X is rendering the game just fine.

On the topic of Fortnite, Greene joked that it's not as if the developers of battle royale games need to compete in real-life fight-to-the-death bouts.

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