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Here is a look at both of the official Chinese PUBG mobile games

While we already knew PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds was coming to Chinese mobile devices, it is kind of surprising to learn that there are two variations of the game. While they both bare resemblance to the official PC version, each game seems to focus on a different aspect of the experience. Army Attack strips back the more tactical elements of the main game and gets players into the action a lot quicker.
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