After releasing on PC and consoles, Fortnite and PUBG have finally graced mobile devices. With Fortnite bringing cross-play and cross-progression along with console-quality visuals to iOS and PUBG finally hitting Android and iOS outside of China, we discuss the pros and cons of both games versus what we’ve experienced on other platforms.
From their graphics to control schemes and even differences in frame rate, we discuss each version in depth. In addition to this, we delve into the origins of the battle royale genre and why bringing these heavyweights to mobile could create a new class of game.
In addition to this, we also talk about upcoming open-world shooter Far Cry 5. We’ve been playing the final retail build of the game and talk about what you can expect in terms of visuals, gameplay, and its story — which appears to be more promising than past titles in the series.
Furthermore, we also shed light on the weird history of Far Cry and how it’s been a mainstay of the Indian gaming scene despite not ever being a massive day one seller versus more established franchises.
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