This Is How You Could Check Out Godzilla Within PUBG Mobile, This Month


Godzilla is slated to hit PUBG Mobiles this month. Watch out!

Written By Tech Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:

PlayerUnkonwn’s Battlegrounds Mobile (PUBG Mobile) is now set for another crossover and this time it would introduce remnants of the iconic Godzilla to the game. This means that there would be Godzilla elements within PUBG Mobile and this would be to promote Warner Brothers’ Godzilla: King of Monsters movie that releases on 31 May. 

As per an official tweet by PUBG Mobile, the crossover between itself and Godzilla: King of Monsters is now official and there is even an official trailer indicating this collaboration. Now, this collaboration does not mean that players could choose Godzilla as a playable character within PUBG Mobile.  

As per reports, players would be able to view and track pugmarks left by Godzilla whilst being able to collect stuff related to Godzilla and specially to the movie. Also, the crossover would reportedly seed soon with a newer update before the film’s release on 31 May.  

Hence, players could keep their eyes and ears open for the new “Godzilla” update. In case you think that this update has seeded, do let us know in the comments section below.  

Do check out PUBG Mobile’s official Godzilla crossover teaser, below: 

At this point in time PUBG Lite beta, that introduces the core PUBG experiences to even low-end computers across the world, is now expanding to more countries of the world. This is a pre-release test version and lets players evaluate the look & feel of the game while offering feedback to the developers. If you would like to check the game's rollout progress in India, click here.

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