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Ever wondered what the best emulator is that can help you play PUBG Mobile? In this article, we've discussed the top five emulators for PUBG Mobile.

A significant factor contributing to the growth in popularity of mobile gaming is that the majority of them are free. Naturally, these come at the price of ads or in-game purchases, but the game's core appears to be mostly intact. Consider PUBG. 

Although PUBG Mobile was initially a PC and console game, the free mobile version has amassed a sizable fanbase and income. Now, if you like to play shooter games using a mouse and keyboard, I don't blame you. It is pretty natural. However, after nearly two years of playing the game, I believe it is pure enjoyment, even on a touchscreen. 

The good news is that you can use an emulator to play nearly any Android game, including PUBG Mobile, directly on your PC. It's a straightforward piece of software that emulates an Android smartphone on your PC. Here we have discussed the top five emulators for PUBG Mobile. So, let us get started:


5. Tencent Gaming Buddy

Tencent Gaming Buddy, PUBG Mobile

Tencent Gaming Buddy is PUBG Mobile's official emulator. Additionally, it is the finest and safest option for playing PUBG Mobile on your PC. Apart from being designed for the battle royale game, this emulator supports various other Tencent-developed titles. To obtain a copy of the Tencent Gaming Buddy emulator:

  • Visit the official website at this link.
  • Download and install the installation file on your PC.
  • Open the emulator to begin downloading the files necessary to run PUBG Mobile. There will be an opportunity to provide a custom installation path if you do not wish the game installed in your default directory.

After installing the game, you may immediately begin playing with your keyboard and mouse. Additionally, you may change the layout to meet your requirements.


4. Bluestacks

Bluestacks, PUBG Mobile

Bluestacks, one of the oldest accessible, is compatible with both Windows and Mac. It's one of the most widely used Android emulators, and aside from gaming, it's ideal for utilising a wide variety of Android applications. Apart from the pre-installed Play Store, there is a built-in app store. Additionally, you can drag and drop APK files from your PC onto the emulator to install them quickly. Custom display resolutions, as well as RAM, CPU, and storage allocations, are all possible. While the free edition of Bluestacks includes advertisements, the premium version eliminates all distractions.

To get started with PUBG Mobile on Bluestacks, you'll need to first download the emulator from here. Once you've downloaded the installation file, double-click it to begin installing it on your computer. Begin by launching the emulator and logging in with your Google Account. On the top right, there should be a search option for applications. Search for PUBG Mobile and install the game. After that, you may begin playing on your PC.


3. LD Player

LD Player, PUBG Mobile

LD Player is a relatively recent PUBG Mobile emulator for Windows. As with Bluestacks, this one allows for configurable resource allocation and display resolution options. We considered the easy-to-access Android shortcuts to be one of the emulator's most outstanding features. It supports the most modern and popular Android smartphone games and fully uses your PC's capabilities. LD Player is available for download from this page. After downloading:

  • Install the emulator on your computer.
  • Allow the emulator to load all resources. You should see several pre-installed applications, including the Google Play Store.
  • Open the Play Store, sign in with your Google account, and type PUBG Mobile into the search bar. You may then download the game in the same manner as you would on a smartphone.


2. NOX Player

Nox Player, PUBG Mobile

Nox Player is another excellent Android emulator for Windows and Mac. It was created with gamers in mind, allowing them to play smartphone games on a PC. It's a rather excellent emulator that allows you to configure your keyboard controls manually, and it's already tuned for playing PUBG Mobile. Additionally, you receive support for snapshots and screen recording and the ability to sideload APK files if you don't want to utilise the Play Store. 

Additionally, there are confident choices for allocating system memory and CPU. Visit this page to get the NOX player. After running the installation file, you'll need to sign in to the Play Store with your Google account. On the Play Store, search for PUBG mobile and install it on the emulator.


1. MEmu

MEmu, PUBG Mobile

MEmu is another popular Android emulator for Windows devices such as desktops, laptops, 2-in-1 devices, and tablets. This emulator is said to have the highest compatibility, which means you may use it even if your machine has low-end hardware. The play delivers unmatched performance and compatibility. You'll receive a slew of customisation options, in addition, to support for famous titles such as PUBG Mobile, Clash of Clans, Clash Royale, and Arena of Valor. 

Additionally, it supports one-click Android system creation, cloning, and deletion, enabling you to operate several Android instances concurrently. Download the MEmu emulator from here and repeat the steps above to play PUBG Mobile on your computer.




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