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PUBG and Resident Evil 2 crossover event is on the way

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Resident Evil and PUBG fans rejoice as a new crossover event is underway the news comes via a tweet from an official Japanese Resident evil handle, which shared a short teaser trailer of the upcoming event.

The Microsoft translated tweet reads “[PUBG MOBILE] × [Resident Evil Re: 2] collaboration decided! The world’s most popular mobile game and survival horror monument, what kind of novel play can the combination of two super-IPs produce? Now teaser video streaming!”

You can check out the teaser trailer at the end of the article.

PUBG’s  Rick Li, head of PUBG MOBILE developing team at Tencent Games Lightspeed Quantum Studio, teamed up with PUBG Corp. Mobile KR Publishing Director, Rafael Lim, and Capcom Resident Evil 2s Producer Tsuyoshi Kandato jointly announced the partnership between PUBG MOBILE and Resident Evil 2 at PMSC 2018.

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The video is a short teaser of 19 seconds and does reveal some blurry shots of zombies in a dark environment up close and personal in traditional Resident Evil style and with the new snow map, ‘Vikendi’ which leaked over the past week expected soon, we can be sure that players are in for a treat this December.

The recently concluded PUBG Mobile Star Challenge (PMSC) 2018 Global Finals was held at Dubai on November 29th. The three-day event saw Thailand’s ‘RRQ Athena’ securing the top spot with a record-breaking 72 kills and 3365 points followed by another Thailand based team ‘EVOS BurnOut’ scoring 63 kills and 3035 points. And finally, ‘The Comfortable Penguin’ from China scored 37 kills and 2325 points.

PUBG and Resident Evil 2 crossover event is on the way

In what could be a disappointing news for supporters of Team India, ‘The Terrifying Nightmares’ (TTN) are ranked 16th in Asia. TTN managed to score 16 kills and 1030 points, which is still a commendable effort.

The Winner of the tournament was awarded $200,000 prize money, whereas the 2nd and 3rd runner-up teams were awarded $100,000 and $50,000 in prize money, respectively.

In related news, PUBG sniped (couldn’t resist) Google Play awards for “Best Game of 2018” and  “Fan Favorite” game trophy this week, which is a commendable feat. It was also listed among the top games on Apple’s App Store for 2018.

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Mani Maaran

Mani Maaran