[Source: Variety] It was reported by the news outlets that the 200 million player mark was hit by Fortnite by November 26th, so it is possible that more have started the game since then. While Vikendi technically won't be live until later in the week, this 1.6 GB download prepares players with all the content they'll need to drop in as soon as it launches.
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) is one of the most popular Battle Royale games out in the market today and a new map has been deployed. Vikendi measures 6x6 on the scale, which is bigger than the previously released Sanhok map. You'll find the new snow mobile and snow bike on Vikendi as well. It seems like there's a fair few things to explore in the map, too; before Vikendi became a terrifying wasteland, it looks like it was a pretty kick-ass place to live. A snowmobile will be added exclusively to Vikendi and should help players traverse the long distances on the map. It won't be as Christmassy, but they'll get it eventually. While Fortnite requires high-end Apple or Android phones to run, PUBG Mobile will run on cheaper handsets, and is also free-to-play. And PUBG MOBILE was also present at The Game Awards last week, where it was nominated for "Mobile Game of the Year".
PUBG Mobile could be the primary rendition of PUBG to get Vikendi outside of PUBG open test servers, where it's playable for PC users. Additionally new in the PUBG Mobile 0.10. update is the Firearms Finish Upgrade System. By using your strategies, different weapons and exploring new locations, you can simply make the most of this game. Around 30 million users play the game daily.
If users haven't updateed to PUBG Mobile 0.10.0 users should, and line it up with the previously mentioned fix also as there's a whole other world to it past Vikendi. The outlet also reported that PUBG Mobile's iOS revenue recently surpassed that of Fortnite Mobile by 43 percent.