Welcome back to another mobile MMO roundup!
First up: PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, which has yet to actually formally launch on PC, is already getting a mobile game. Tencent and Bluehole will combine forces to deliver the mini version and promise more details soon, though as GIbiz points out, expect some tweaking to fit the Chinese political space. And this is all in addition to Tencent’s other debuting battle royal game, Europa, which is not a mobile game.
Niantic is teasing the addition of Ho-Oh in Pokemon Go’s raid battles for the next two weeks. Rural players continue to be annoyed by the way these new toys are being doled out and the way raids are being adjusted.
— Pokémon GO (@PokemonGoApp) November 27, 2017
Mu Legend has announced a PvP patch coming to Webzen’s open-beta mobile MMO on December 5th. The update will “enabling players worldwide to compete with each other in fast-paced, cross-server 3v3 battles” with “cross-server functionality that will enable users in specific regions to challenge players from other servers in the same region.”