There’s no escaping the PUBG craze. It’s one of the most-talked about and perhaps one of the most-played games at the moment. For the uninitiated, PUBG or PlayerUnknown Battlegrounds is a real-time multiplayer shooter game launched last year by PUBG corporation and China’s Tencent games. The game is based on PlayerUnkown Ghost Hotel Battle Royal game and includes too many controls and activities such as landing from the parachute, collecting the weapons and armours as well as killing and surviving from the enemies, which makes it quite a task to manage them on our smartphone screens using the touchscreen.
For this reason, several players have started figuring out a way to play this game on their PCs using third-party PC Android emulators such as Bluestack and Nox Player. Playing the game on PC allows users to use their keyboard and mouse for enhanced gameplay. However, none of the alternatives worked without glitches.
To tackle this, Tencent games has finally launched the official PUB emulator called Tencent Gaming buddy. The emulator is designed by the company to optimize PUBG mobile on your PC using AOW engine. Gaming buddy automatically detects your PCs keyboard and mouse. The emulator is also designed in a way to utilize your PC resources. Though the emulator is still in beta phase, it provides overall smooth and lag-free gaming experience.
In case you are wondering how to go about this, here’s our quick guide:

Download and install Gameloop on Your PC

After the game is downloaded, click on ‘Play’ button and start playing

As the entire country is following the social distancing and lockdown guidelines to contain the spread of coronavirus, people have started turning towards online multiplayer games and among others.

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