PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is now one of the most famous games in the entire world. There are already millions of users playing it every day, ever since it was first launched. Until now, if you wanted to play the game on your PC, you needed a very performant one. And we all know that it’s better to play it on your Pc, rather than on your laptop – it’s easier and more fun.
For players to play the game on PC, they needed an Android Emulator, like Nox, or Bluestacks 2. However, these two are not strong enough to keep up with the game.
Not long ago, Tencent Games released an official PUBG Mobile emulator, that’s called Tencent Gaming Buddy, and it was made specifically for playing the game on PC. And your PD doesn’t have to be that strong, all you need is the PUBG Mobile emulator, since it provides the flexible control (the mouse and keyboard combination).
So what are the features of the PUBG Mobile Emulator?
As mentioned above, the flexible control, with mouse and keyboard; graphics of high quality and no need of a certain graphics card. Also, it runs on low-end PCs and the gameplay is quite smooth.
How to install it?
First of all, you need to download the Tencent Gaming Buddy. We’re talking about only 6MB. After you download it, you need to install it on your PC. After you installed it, you might need to wait a few minutes for the data to gather. The installer will then start downloading the required files. This is where you’ll also have to wait for a bit. After the game is installed, just click play. You can log in as a guest or by using Facebook.
Congrats, now go have fun!
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