PUBG Banned? Check Out These 5 Amazing Battle Royale Alternatives!

Here are some amazing alternatives that can help kill your time!

Recently, The PUBG Mobile app was banned in Pakistan. This ban left a considerably large local player base looking for battle royale phenomenon alternatives. For that reason, we put together a list of alternative games that might give you an even better time. Following is a list of the worthwhile alternatives to PUBG Mobile:

  1. Call of Duty Mobile

The Call of Duty Mobile needs no introduction. It is one of the best and most refined shooter games ever launched for mobiles last year. The free game includes a complete battle royale experience, with modes such as team deathmatch, free for all, domination, and more.

Call of Duty Mobile is available on iOS and Android platforms.

  1. Fortnite

Fortnite is the reason people begin to like battle royale genre games. Unlike traditional shooting games, Fortnite features a unique gameplay twist and heavily stylized graphics. From collecting resources to building structures to defending themselves and creating vantage points – Fortnite is a complete package for players.

Fortnite is available on iOS and Android platforms.

  1. Free Fire

Like PUBG, the Free Fire battle royale game has loads of character options and a plethora of weapon choices. PUBG may have better graphics than this one, but Free Fire has its own set of maps and cosmetics that make it a decent alternative. Moreover, it is a quick end as only 50 players land on a map.

Free Fire is available on the Google Play Store and iOS App Store for free.

  1. Battlelands Royale

A bit different from the rest of the games in the battle royale genre, the Battlelands Royale features a top-down view and very cartoony graphics. It looks like an arcade game where 32 players drop on a large map. The play areas shrink, and players compete by looting loads of items. This game is comparatively smaller and lasts no longer than 3 to 5 minutes.

Battlelands Royale is available on iOS and Android platforms.

  1. Rules of Survival

Rules of Survival, released shortly after PUBG, is another PUBG inspired title. It may not be polished or composed like the rest, but the game can run smoothly if you can find the right settings. The rules are no different. 120 players drop onto an island and hunt loot to be the last one standing.

Rules of Survival is available on both iOS and Android platforms.


With that, we conclude our list of PUBG alternatives. We hope you found something worthy of your time.

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