We have no doubt in affirming that PUBG Mobile is one of the most important games of the year. Its relevance is total and the only thing that can dim it a bit is the future release of Fortnite. Even with this, the importance of this Battle Royale has made many clones for Android appear. We already did a review a couple of months ago and today we return to this topic to tell you about five new PUBG alternatives that have reached mobile devices.
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We’re not going to fool anyone about Operation Freedom: the game is a bit green. This Battle Royale takes little time between us and there are not many differences that make it shine on the long list of clones that PUBG already accumulates. The game only groups 40 players fighting for survival and perhaps the most interesting thing is that their graphics are pretty good. Hopefully, it evolves to become an alternative to consider.
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Tencent gives us the possibility to enjoy the Battle Royale version of CrossFire, one of the most popular FPS games in China. CrossFire: Legends is aimed at those with the most humble terminals who also want to get on the PUBG train. That is why the title has some graphics worse than the rest of games of the same style. At least it has the typical survival matches on the island of up to 120 players and also allows us to give a hard PVP game mode that brings it closer to the original CrossFire.
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Those who are tired of the traditional point of view of most Battle Royale games have a new work here waiting for them. Conflict.io places the camera in the always beautiful isometric perspective to get involved in clashes between 32 contenders. Its cartoon appearance is something to be thankful because it makes us a bit tired to place ourselves in front of clones of clones of clones that dress all the same. We are very close to its short games and its simplicity of control.
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The announcement of the arrival of Fortnite to mobile devices activated the developers to launch their respective games “inspired”, to say the least, in the work of Epic Games. That’s how FortCraft was born and now Project: Battle, both of the always prolific NetEase, has done it. The color takes control of this Battle Royale in which we can build structures to safeguard our victory. Although it has some performance glitches, the game could not smell better.
The Last Survivor
The Last Survivor is an ideal game for those looking for an alternative to Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds that does not try to innovate too much. It is a game that looks good in all its fields, but that does not contribute anything noteworthy either. Perhaps we are more convinced by the pandilocura that other games have tried (those Mecha in the Last Battleground: Survival ), but we can not fault this remarkable Battle Royale either.
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