PUBG Mobile has always been at the top on Google Play Store. However, if you are someone who does not like to play on mobile and is a desktop gamer, an emulator is the way to go. It is definitely worth it to spend time playing on an emulator and take in the experience as the game might get removed from PlayStore any day now.
Many people prefer to play the game using BlueStacks as an emulator. After all, BlueStacks is the best out there when it comes to emulating android games on PC. However, there is a catch. Tencent, the company that owns PUBG, also has a dedicated emulator for the game. The Tencent Gaming Buddy might be a better option to go for in this particular case. We have noticed that the Tencent Emulator loads textures and is a bit smoother in comparison to BlueStacks when running PUBG. You can definitely opt for the latter when it comes to other games. But, since the Tencent Emulator is a dedicated one, it performs slightly if not a whole lot better. Simply, it is more optimized to play the game than other emulators.
When using the Keyboard+Mouse combo, it is crucial to have a seamless experience. As you will be matched with other emulator players, it will definitely be more challenging on PC. Therefore, it is of paramount importance that you use the right emulator.
The Tencent Gaming Buddy is also quite easy to download and install.
Tencent Gaming Buddy Emulator: How To Download And Install
It is pretty straightforward to download and install the Tencent Gaming Buddy. The steps are:
#1 Search for ‘Tencent Gaming Buddy’ on Google and you will find the official website
#2 Download and install the application in your desired location on PC
#3 If required, change the language of the application
#4 Run PUBG and download the required additional files
#5 Chicken dinner time!
Additionally, if your game is choppy, look up the best settings configuration of the emulator to run the game as efficiently as possible.
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PUBG Lite PC
Even if the emulator does a pretty good job at handling the game, it will not be a 100% perfect. The game will have bad frame drops and it will be really difficult in handling tense situations in the game. However, that can be solved by simply downloading the version that was made for PCs. The PUBG Lite version is available to download on PC. It is not only much more seamless, but very well-optimized.
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The Lite version was released on PC to suit the needs of gamers with low-end laptops. An additional advantage is also that the game will still be playable via the Lite version for PC after ban unlike emulators. It is very easy to download and install as well. Simply visit the official website and download the version. It is free to play too.
Even though the PUBG Lite version is not bad, it is not the best. It won’t be able to provide the true PUBG experience. For that, players can purchase the PC version of the game via Steam for Rs 999 and enjoy the immersive experience. Although it is slightly expensive, true fans of the game will most likely shift to the PC version of the game.
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