How to Play PUBG Mobile on PC Using Tencent Gaming Buddy

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If you don’t have a PC to run the massively demanding PC version of PUBG, find out how you can now run PUBG mobile on PC using an official emulator on How to Play PUBG Mobile on PC Using Tencent Gaming Buddy.

Tencent Gaming Buddy is the name of the new emulator that will allow players to officially run PUBG Mobile on their PC and unlike the desktop version of the game, even most older PC’s can run this game without breaking a sweat.

How to Play PUBG Mobile on PC Using Tencent Gaming Buddy

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You can download the game by clicking on the link below:

Download Tencent Gaming Buddy

After you download the client, just follow the on screen instruction to play.

As the title says, you can now enjoy the next best version of PUBG without needing to break the bank at a friendlier version of the game that won’t destroy your system and it has a good player base.

Keep in mind that the players who are playing PUBG Mobile and people playing on Tencent Gaming Buddy will only be paired with each other, much like Fortnite on the Nintendo Switch if no cross platform players are in your party.

The game has 3 visual options:

  • SD 720p (Runs on 8600 GT/9600 GT/HD 2600/HD 3600 and comparable, DX10)
  • HD 1080p (This requires a GTX 660 or better)
  • Ultra HD 2K (This requires a GTX 1060 or better)

The fact that an 8600 GT is listed for 720p is quite astonishing, and this can be a great game to play during your lunch break if you don’t have a phone powerful enough to run the game!

Tencent Gaming Buddy PC System Requirements:

Here are the official system specs:

  • CPU: Dual core from Intel or AMD at 1.8 GHz.
  • GPU: NVIDIA GeForce 8600/9600GT, ATI/AMD Radeon HD2600/3600.
  • Memory: at least 3GB of RAM
  • OS: Windows 10, 8.1, 8 and 7
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 1GB of free storage

You can also get the game to run at 60 FPS using a tool called GFX Tool, we will do a guide on this in the near future!

While PUBG might not be doing so well competing against Fortnite, it seems that Tencent has taken some incentive to at least do something for the game.

What are your thoughts on the game? Let us know in the comments section below.