PUBG Mobile temporarily suspended: Here’s why you are unable to play the game

By: Tech Desk | New Delhi

Updated: April 4, 2020 4:07:58 pm

Tencent Games announced global server shutdown.

PUBG Mobile is one of the largest and most popular games currently available on the Google Play Store and Apple App Store. Currently many players around the world are seeing a notification upon opening the game stating that PUBG’s servers are temporarily suspended and not available to play. The temporary suspension began at 12AM on April 4 and will continue until April 15, 12AM.

Is PUBG Mobile suspended in India too?

Yes it is. Tencent Games has announced that it is a global server shutdown and PUBG Mobile will not be accessible from any part of the world. The game has also been suspended in mainland China and areas including Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan where PUBG Mobile is banned and rebranded as Game of Peace.

Why temporary shutdown?

Tencent Games, through a Weibo post, announced the shutdown of the servers and said it was shutting down PUBG mobile servers for a day. The post mentions that the company is shutting down the server to honor the memory of those people and express condolences to those who have “died in battle” [the] The novel coronavirus epidemic. “

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Translating Weibo posts from Chinese to English with the help of Google Translate, it reads:

“To express our deepest condolences to the martyrs and compatriots who died in the fight against New Crown pneumonia, the Tencent Games will be suspended for one day at 4:00 pm on April 4, covering mainland China and Hong Kong, Macao and Includes Taiwan region. Rest dead in peace, hard work can be done to survive, and motherland can flourish. “

The server will be online at 12 noon on April 5. But if you are stuck at home due to this lockdown then we would advise you to look at some other mobile games while playing at home.

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