How to Download PUBG Mobile on iPhone and Android

Heard about PUBG Mobile being out in the US but need some help finding it? We've got your back. 


PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds fans can now take their battle royale antics on the go on both iPhone and Android devices with PUBG Mobile. As of today, the game is now live in the US. But if you search the App Store or Google Play Store, you may have difficulty finding the game, as it doesn't appear to be indexed in either store's search function just yet. Don't worry, however. You'll still be perfectly able to play. We've got all the details you need on downloading and enjoying your pocket-sized version of PUBG right here, no matter whether you're rocking an Android or an iPhone. You'll be duking it out with players around the world in no time. 

How to Download PUBG Mobile on iPhone

If you have an iPhone 5S or newer with iOS 9.0 or higher, you can download PUBG Mobile on iPhone. Normally you can go to the App Store and type in the name of the game you're looking for, but if you're unable to find the game by searching for PUBG Mobile, there's a simple solution. Just click on this direct link either on your computer where iTunes is installed or on the phone you want to download the game on. You'll be prompted to start your download from there, and that's it! Wait for your game to download and you'll be picking off fools in no time. 

If you need to manually copy and paste the link, it looks like this:

How to Download PUBG Mobile on Android

If you have an Android device and want to get in on the PUBG Mobile fun, you can generally search the Google Play Store just like you would the App Store for the game you'd like to install. If you can't find PUBG Mobile via searching, you can still download it and get to smashing the competition. Just click this direct link on your computer or your Android device where you want to play the game and follow the installation prompts from there. Voila! You're on the fast track to a chicken dinner. 

If you need a manual link, here's what it looks like:

Be sure to let us know what your favorite part of the new PUBG Mobile is! 

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