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E. JonathanContent Team Lead, Degree in Literature, Los Angeles, California
Content Team Lead, Degree in Literature, Los Angeles, California
Answered on Oct 08, 2019
A PC cross-play is possible, but there are some restrictions that may stop the player who is playing from the PC to achieve an easy victory from those who are playing on mobile. There are some differences between PUBG that can be played on the PC and the game that can be played on mobile.
Those who are playing from PC will usually have more resources available, which means that it will be unfair to those who are playing from mobile. There are some emulators that can match players with each other depending on their strengths, but according to reports, this is being deterred as this is still unfair to the players.
You cannot play with other players on a PC or PUBG mobile. Yet. Those reasons are PUBG PC is the original version of the game. It is paid
PUBG Mobile is only meant for smartphone only. It is also a simpler, smaller and free version of the game Does not support cross-platform gaming as Fortnite does. A person playing Fortnite on PS4 can play with a person playing Fortnite on PC, but you cannot do that when it comes to PUBG.
Mobile and PC are both very different when it comes to gameplay. Experience, physics, graphics all play a factor in these two different games. PC players are not able to join a mobile match to win a cheap victory royale because they will be restricted. For example in the game, Tencent Territory users are matched with other emulator users in either squads or duos. If one player is using an emulator, the whole team is matched exclusively with other emulator users.