You can not deny the fact that PUBG Mobile is one of the most popular mobile games to have ever been made. It is a year old, and it is already so influential in the mobile gaming world and has a huge following. Free Fire has introduced a lot of people to the battle royale genre, mainly in India, and thus to PUBG. In this article, we will compare the two and tell you which is the best battle royale game for you and your iPhone running the latest iOS 13.
PUBG vs Free Fire
Both games are of the same genre, battle royale. This genre involves a bunch of people on a large map, running around, battling and trying to survive.
In both games, a group of people jumps onto the map out of a plane, at the spot of their choosing. Then they search for weapons and armor and try to kill each other. The last person standing is the winner.
PUBG has a better selection of weapons between the two. It has over 35 different weapons, whereas Free Fire has a lot of similar weapons, but much fewer, and most of the weapons in Free Fire are really alike.
- World and vehicles
PUBG has a much bigger world and a bigger number of players. The games are longer and it requires much more patience to win. It also has a much more extensive collection of vehicles than Free Fire.
Though, Free Fire has much smoother gameplay and a large number of tweaks you can make on your character.
- Basic differences
Free Fire lets you customize your character much more extensively than PUBG, allowing you to tweak both the looks and the abilities of your character, such as speed, reload times, et cetera. Each game has 50 players and the game is only 300MB in size.
PUBG is more of a war-like game, has a better anti-cheat system and is much more realistic, which kinda makes it not feel like a video game. Free Fire has a much better video game vibe to it than PUBG.
So which game is better for you?
PUBG is a slower-paced game that takes patience to master, and skill to be good at. It has a greater number of weapons and vehicles to choose from, a bigger map, more players per game, and a great anti-cheat system. Free Fire is faster, more action-packed, smaller in size, has a better video game-like vibe, character personalization, skill leveling, and no doors.
It all comes to personal preference. Which one do you like more? Maybe try them both out and see which one is a better fit. It is all up to you.