How to Install PUBG on Android and iOS in Any Country

PUBG, often known as PlayerUnknown’s BattleGrounds, is without a doubt the most popular game currently available. The game has made it to Chinese cellphones thanks to a deal with Tencent after setting sales records on PC and Xbox One. You can read on to learn how to download and install PUBG on both Android and iOS devices if you’re a person who lives outside of China and would want to play the games on your smartphone:

No matter what OS you choose to test it on, you will need a QQ account, which you can create by clicking this link. Also keep in mind that both games are in Early Access and have servers located only in China, so you may experience lag.

Install PUBG Mobile in Any Country

  • Install PUBG on Android

Remarkably, the technique worked flawlessly on my OnePlus 5T running Android Oreo 8.0.

1. Click here to download and install the TapTap App Store for Android.

2. Next, look for PUBG on the TapTap App Store. You can also click on the direct links below:

3. That concludes it. After downloading the game, all you need to do is sign in using your QQ ID to start playing.

  • Install PUBG on iPhone or iPad

On my iPhone X and iPhone 8 Plus running iOS 11, I tried the following way, and it worked well.

1. Go to Settings -> General -> Language & Region and change the region to China to get started.

2. Go to Settings -> iTunes & App Store next. Tap View Apple ID after selecting your Apple ID. Change your App Store’s region to China at this point.

Note: Your address and phone number must be included. If you don’t have any legitimate credentials, you can create random information right here.

3. Once you’ve done that, all you need to do is head over to the App Store and conduct a PUBG search. You can also click on the links below:

4. After downloading the game of your choice, launch it and sign in using your QQ ID.

Users may also connect to/create an account in a game using their WeChat account, it should be noted. However, we discovered it to be a tiresome chore during our early testing. Therefore, for a hassle-free process, we would want to suggest using or creating a QQ account.

PUBG Finally Arrives on Android and iOS, but for Now It’s China Only

Experience PUBG on your Smartphone

And that’s pretty much it. I’ve played PUBG on both iOS and Android devices, in all of its editions. The performance is excellent and generally fluid despite the fact that the games are in Early Access. Even though the lag is small, it could vary depending on how close or remote you are from the game’s servers. That’s what I think of it, at least. What about you, though? Please share your opinions on the PUBG mobile port in the comments section below.