PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds for mobile got a content drop featuring new challenges and rewards that serves as a tie-in to the latest blockbuster Mission: Impossible Fallout. The update comes with a month-long campaign to help promote the film. 

“Nothing is impossible for PUBG Mobile, the world’s most popular mobile battle royale game— not even a partnership with an iconic movie franchise such as Mission: Impossible,” said Vincent Wang, the game’s general manager in a press release. As of this date, the mobile version of PUBG has seen 100 million downloads worldwide, and the developer hopes that the partnership with Mission: Impossible will bring in more players. 

The update features the iconic soundtrack of the film franchise into the game, together with parachute customizations that are based on the movie. Moreover, players can also access the outfit of Ethan Hunt and his fellow agents to complete the Mission: Impossible experience. 

PUBG Mobile is now available as a free-to-download game on iOS, Google Play, and Android devices. The original PUBG version is also available for the PC and Xbox One. 

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