Following the conclusion of the PUBG Mobile 2021 Team-Up Challenge, the popular Battle Royale game had announced multiple collaborations that are coming in the future. PUBG Mobile developers officially revealed partnerships with three personalities and brands.
Here are the details about the inbound PUBG Mobile Collaborations.
Upcoming PUBG Mobile Collaborations
After the hugely successful Godzilla vs Kong collaboration, KRAFTON announces the next thing on their list: PUBG Mobile x Jujutsu Kaisen. Though this has been confirmed a while back, we haven't got any specific details yet. About this massive crossover, the developers have only promised that "The world-famous anime and manga series will be launching new collaborative content, coming soon to PUBG Mobile".
Also, Alan Walker is coming back for his 3rd collaboration with PUBG Mobile. The world-renowned DJ and record producer has partnered up with the game 2 times in the past. British-Norwegian DJ produced release his new singles at the time 'On My Way' and 'Live Fast' in PUBG Mobile 2019. The other time was as a part of the game's first-anniversary celebration.
The most surprising out of the three collaborations has to be PUBG Mobile's partnership with Zaha Hadid Architects. This award-winning architecture company will be presented in the game in a different way. It will focus on the cutting-edge architecture that the 1.5 Update recently introduced to PUBG Mobile. Through this partnership, the developers are aiming to "further enhance the innovative in-game designs".
All the in-game design changes will be reflected in the future map updates for all the players to enjoy.
Apart from these three collaborations, PUBG Mobile still places its focus on the Next Star Program, which is currently underway. It features a $100,000,000 USD pool - the largest in content creation history as claimed by PUBG Mobile. This program is already underway in Asia, but the developers aim to launch it at a global scale sometime in the future.
Will BGMI Have The Same PUBG Mobile Collaborations?
Of course yes! Battlegrounds Mobile India is still a version of PUBG Mobile, with specified content for Indian players. And since the collaborations above are global, we're certain that they will also come to BGMI. It's a must.
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