So in a new term of events it has been found that the very famous game publisher Tencent has been forced to delete the PUBG Mobile from the Chinese market of the Playstore and hence PUBG has been banned in the countryof China after the disapproval from the Chinese Government. This in turn will come as unfortunate news for the many PUBG gamers in China.
PUBG in turn is very popular game themed as a battle royale genre, which has seen many users play this game and in turn addicted to the game. The gamehas a huge market in China, with over 70 million players found to be active on PUBG mobile, with the new order fromthe Chinese Government however, Tencent has forcibly discontinued the game in the country. Furthermore it should be noted that in this case Tencent had no choice whatsoever and could not convince the government to think otherwise, according to the Chinese government’s the decisionhas been to taken as the in-app purchases for PUBG mobile increased. In response, Tencent has replaced PUBG with an all-new patriotic title, Game for Peace, which as per the publisher “pays tribute to the blue sky warriors that guard our country’s airspace”.
So for those of you wondering what Game for Peace is? Wellfor start it is a pretty weird replacement for the very famous PUBG, this game has in turn been classified as acceptable by the Chinese government, as a replacement to PUBG. Players have also had their PUBG account and stats automatically transferred over to the new titled game. Some minor changes include the absence of gore and blood, and characters sit up and wave goodbye when they have been killed.In that regard a seniorAnalyst, Cui Chenyu said, “It is almost the same as PUBG. The gameplay, the background, the graphic design, and the characters, they’re almost the same.”
Subsequently, Game for Peace has been able to obtain the necessary approval for monetization in China and has already been made available for download.