It was Zomato which earlier appealed its patrons/Twitterati to some times eat “home cooked food” as well; not, PUBG seems to have taken a cue by tweeting and asking its players/loyalists to eat vegetarian food once in a while at least. This tweet, by PUBG, also seems to be a reply to Zomato's “Ghar Ka Khana” tweet that took even its own founder by storm.
PUBG’s “Veg Dinner” is a diversion from its “Chicken Dinner”
Firstly, check out PUBG’S eye-catchy tweet on “Veg Dinner”, below:
Here, this tweet is a stark diversion as PUBG Mobile always offers a chicken dinner to winners in the battle-royale. Have PUBG Mobile India’s in-game characters turned “vegetarian”? Is a question that only PUBG can answer at this point in time.
PUBG Mobile India also quotes, Zomato’s “Ghar Ka Khana” tweet, in its above tweet. Check out Zomato’s “Ghar Ka Khana” tweet below – just to refresh:
Twitterati can’t get enough of PUBG’s “Vegetarian Dinner”
PUBG’s recent tweet seemingly went viral, with Twitterati taking into the recommended “vegetarian dinner”. Check out eye-catchy reactions below:
In this regard, PUBG Mobile India’s tweets have seemingly set a new “food trend” at least virtually. In PUBG-related updates, PUBG Lite beta is currently available for download more publicly in India; if you are a player, do download the game now and check out its working. If feasible, do run the game on low-end computers.