PUBG Mobile is already available for Android from the Google Play Store. The game is free-to-play so anyone can download it and start playing. The game itself is quite stable but it’s not finished just yet. So a PUBG Mobile Beta has now also been released on the Play Store.

The game received a major update recently which brought the version number up to 0.60 but it still has a ways to go before it can reach the 1.0 final version. Those who like testing out new features before they’re made available to everyone else can take advantage of this beta version.

Tencent has released the PUBG Mobile beta on the Google Play Store today. It’s also available for free and doesn’t feature any in-app purchases. Anyone can download the beta version and start playing but they will have to create a new Guest character.

The beta version will be used to test the new gameplay features being developed for this title before they’re released for the stable version. Features that are being tested in the beta version right now include the SLR Sniper Rifle and the ability to put outfits in the Portable Closets as well as to change clothes instantly during combat.

PUBG Mobile beta is now live for Android devices on the Google Play Store.

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