Pubg mobile vs rules of survival

With the arrival of PUBG on smartphone (in china at least), there"s a right Battle Royale rumble brewing with Rules of Survival.

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First, a little context. Rules of Survival essentially pre-empted PUBG mobile by solidly emulating the original PUBG experience for điện thoại cảm ứng and tablet gamers. Unsurprisingly, it"s proved pretty popular, because everyone loves PlayerUnknown"s Battleground right now.

Now here comes PUBG điện thoại to vày the very same thing, but with an official endorsement and familiar assets khổng lồ its name.

That doesn"t necessarily mean that PUBG is the better game, of course. So how bởi these two sản phẩm điện thoại Battle Royale titans stack up at this early stage?

Before we start, a quick note: PUBG comes in two flavours, rather confusingly, but we"ve only been able khổng lồ get into games of the "Army Attack" version lớn date. So that"s obviously what we"re referring to lớn any time we say "PUBG mobile".

With that in mind, here are a few points of comparison between PUBG mobile và Rules of Survival.

Rules of Survival is way easier to lớn play

Before we even get into matters of game play and execution, it"s worth pointing out the blinkingly obvious. For most people, Rules of Survival is the better bet right now because it"s the only one of the two that they"ll be able to play without jumping through a bunch of hoops.

As we"ve already mentioned, PUBG smartphone is only available in china right now, which means going through the rigmarole of setting up a Chinese ứng dụng Store account. Once that"s done you"ll have lớn wade through a bunch of Mandarin text.

There are also two distinct versions lớn choose from, as mentioned in the intro, which is confusing.

It"s still perfectly playable - particularly if you have a fundamental grasp of PUBG - but Rules of Survival is simply far easier to lớn get into.

Rules of Survival gives you more players và levels

It"s a simple matter of numbers, this. While PUBG sticks lớn its 100-strong player count, RoS allows 120 real players onto its battlegrounds.

Oh yes, that"s the other thing - Rules of Survival has two (count "em) maps lớn PUBG mobile"s one. Hopefully the Miramar maps that recently made its way to lớn PUBG proper won"t be too long khổng lồ mobile.

RoS mixes the size of its maps up too. The default map is a mere 4x4 km, making for generally briefer và more action-packed games (especially with the higher player count), but the second maps is a PUBG-matching 8x8.

PUBG does loot better

PUBG is a brilliant trò chơi for loot-fiends. It gets the process of scavenging for stuff pretty much spot on. RoS isn"t exactly bad in this regard, but nor is it quite up to lớn PUBG"s standards.

You"ll generally find yourself much better equipped much earlier on in PoS, whereas PUBG will fairly often put you in the position of facing endgame with a less than optimal loadout if you"re particularly unlucky.

There are generally tougher decisions to make in PUBG as a result, as you countenance more risky dives into heavily built up areas to lớn snag that missing scope or cấp độ three vest.

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I also like the way PUBG will automatically hoover up attachments that fit your current weapons as you run over them.

Different approach to lớn opening doors

PUBG smartphone automates the door-opening process, while RoS makes you press a button. There are good & bad sides lớn both approaches.

In PUBG mobile"s favour, it"s much easier & less annoying for doors to lớn simple mở cửa when you press against them - especially when you"re looting multiple large buildings each containing numerous rooms.

On the other hand, RoS"s more deliberate approach makes approaching enemies who are holed up in a building that bit more controlled. Nothing gives you away in such situations like opening a creaky door.

RoS is better optimised for mobile

Graphically, it"s tough to call a winner here, but in practical terms we"d probably give RoS the slight edge. It seems a little better optimised for smaller displays right now.

I found PUBG"s buttons to be slightly fiddly on my iPhone X, whereas RoS has slightly chunkier, bolder controls that work more reliably.

Indeed, its UI is generally crisper & more readable than PUBG mobile"s, while its lobby menus are also more appealing.

Different approach to audio signatures

Both games register gunfire & engine noise visually, but in subtly different ways. RoS places a sound signature on the compass gauge at the đứng top of the screen, making it easier lớn pinpoint where noise is coming from in a pinch.

PUBG places those sound signatures on the mini-map, which you need khổng lồ work a little harder to lớn decipher - but which allows you to lớn pinpoint the location of your rivals more accurately.

Honestly, I"m not sure which approach I prefer. They"re both handy in slightly different situations.

RoS has a more colourful, playful tone

PUBG can be a lighthearted experience with its entertaining sandbox, wonky physics, và potential for team-based hijinks.

But you"d never accuse the tone of the game itself of being particularly breezy. Its hardcore military simulator vi xử lý core shows through in places, particularly with its dour setting.

RoS has a little more fun with its audience, whether through its current Valentine"s Day-themed fantasy aircraft, its rubber chicken melee weapon, and its colourful range of special events.

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In that respect it"s learned a few lessons from PUBG"s main rival, Fortnite, and I have to say I approve of the extra levity.

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