Published: Sun, August 05, 2018
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

PUBG Mobile Game Gets a Mission Impossible: Fallout Crossover

PUBG Mobile Game Gets a Mission Impossible: Fallout Crossover

Are you excited about the new Mission Impossible event in PUBG Mobile?

Whether the Mission Impossible theme will continue over to console and PC is unclear, but at least the 100 million mobile players will benefit whilst this feature is active.

Mission: Impossible-Fallout has turned out to be Tom Cruise's personal best, as the film opened with 61.5 million dollars. You can download it now from the App Store and Google Play. The new Mission Impossible event is now available for both iOS and Android users.

The game's general manager, Vincent Wang, has said we would see more tie-ins of this kind in the future as PUBG looks to expand its player base.

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The update brings new challenges for the players.

This seems to be an interesting move from Tencent to partner with a movie like this to deliver a different gaming experience to the players. He also pondered upon the complications Avengers had. The game is even more popular in Asian markets, with United States accounting for only 30 percent of the game's revenue.

Again this is only live for the Android and iOS editions of the game. Unlike the Fortnite promo, however, the Mission: Impossible content is exclusive to the mobile version of PUBG. The game has also got the Royale Pass which equivalent of the Fortnite Battle Pass and even seasonal events.

The 6th installment of the Mission Impossible series starring Tom Cruise as Ethan Hunt, directed by Christopher McQuarrie, is reported to have four cuts/modifications made by the CBFC and was released in India on July 27.

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