PUBG’s mobile chronicle launched in China this month. To support a release, launch partner Tencent put out a live-action trailer–and it looks flattering great.

It follows a account of a game, commencement with characters parachuting out of an aeroplane as they ready to quarrel to a genocide on a ground. The characters are shown doing all demeanour of PUBG things such as scavenging for apparatus and operative alone and together (Solo vs. Squads). We also get a glance of PUBG’s famous frying vessel and a bullet-stopping power, as good as a impression gloating about a takedown before himself removing mowed down. Here’s a trailer, as posted on YouTube by Soy Effectiivez (via USGamer).

As others have forked out, this live-action trailer shows off what a PUBG film could demeanour like. Last month, a CEO of PUBG developer PUBG Corp, Chang Han Kim, pronounced in an talk that a studio sees a diversion as being a “universal media franchise,” with cinema and TV shows fluctuating a code over a diversion alone.

“We wish to take partial in different industries including Esports, movies, drama, cartoons, animation, and more,” Kim pronounced during a time. “In fact, we perceived a integrate of adore calls from a series of developers in Hollywood and Netflix. Our dream is to build a new game-based enlightenment by several ways like this, and have a lead of that culture.”

Gamers in China can download PUBG right now for mobile devices. Check out a gameplay video next to get an thought about what a diversion looks like and how it plays. As of yet, there is no word on if PUBG mobile will be expelled in Western markets.

For some-more on PUBG, check out GameSpot’s new video underline that compares PUBG and Fortnite: Battle Royale.

PUBG Mobile Game’s Live-Action Trailer Looks Like A Movie

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