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PUBG MOBILE announces partnership with AMC’s The Walking Dead


DUBAI: Tencent Games and PUBG Corporation announced with AMC recently an exciting crossover collaboration between PUBG MOBILE and The Walking Dead. Beginning October 1 and into early 2020, players will have a chance to traverse the battlefield as familiar heroes or an iconic villain. Limited edition in-game items such as character skins, weapons and a vehicle are among those available including:

  • Daryl Dixon Skin
  • Rick Grimes Skin
  • Negan Skin
  • Michonne Skin
  • Daryl’s Motorcycle Skin
  • Michonne’s Katana Skin
  • Negan’s Bat, ‘Lucille’ Skin

In addition to skins, The Walking Dead Board Game is also available as part of the collaboration. Just tap the banner in the bottom right of the main menu to start. Complete event missions and collect items to advance and earn points, then exchange them for amazing rewards, the best of which is a permanent Daryl Dixon’s Motorcycle! More events and characters are also coming, so stay tuned!

From September 30th, PUBG MOBILE has also started Fancy October Giveaway in-game event! Players who log in PUBG MOBILE to participate in in-game challenges could have chance to win iPhone 11! This event will be launched in SEA, NA, MENA and India regions. For other regions players, stay tuned on PUBG MOBILE regional official social pages to participate in more events!

With over 400 million downloads and 50 million daily users, PUBG MOBILE continues to remain among the top performing mobile games worldwide. Heading into its tenth season, which premieres Sunday, October 6 at 9/8c on AMC, The Walking Dead remains the highest-rated series on cable television. AMC’s The Walking Dead is the latest marquee brand to join a pedigree of top tier collaborations with PUBG MOBILE that has included successful tie-in campaigns with Resident Evil 2 and Godzilla: King of Monsters in 2019. Says in press release

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