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PUBG Mobile collaborates with Alan Walker, Jujutsu Kaisen and Zaha Hadid

PUBG Mobile announced their collaboration with DJ Alan Walker, Japanese manga series Jujutsu Kaisen and Architects from British Design firm Zaha Hadid. PUBGM announced this collaboration during the Team Up Challenge 2021 on the 29th of August.

PUBG Mobile again collaborates with Alan Walker

PUBGM and Alan Walker have collaborated twice in the past. In 2019, Alan Walker released two hits, “On My Way” and “Live Fast,” collaborating with PUBGM. These two songs were very successful. Moreover, previous collaborations brought various Alan Walker outfits, emotes, and many more things.

This time, they have again collaborated with Alan Walker. However, we have to be patient and wait for some time to see what this collaboration brings for us this time. 

PUBG Mobile collaborates with Jujutsu Kaisen and Architects from Zaha Hadid

Jujutsu Kaisen is one of the most famous Japanese Manga series in the world. Moreover, it has reportedly sold over 50 million copies worldwide. Nonetheless, Tencent said they would bring new “collaborative content soon” with Jujutsu Kaisen to PUBGM. 

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In July, while launching the P.D.P. Project, Tencent said they would collaborate with artists from “Broad Spectrum” to develop in-game content. Hence, they have collaborated with the Architects from a British Design firm named Zaha Hadid. Tencent claimed that it would bring “cutting edge design” to the game. 

Tencent has collaborated with various popular titles in the past. However, this time they are turning it up a notch. Collaboration with these artists will bring a new level of content to the game. Tencent has always surprised us with various popular titles such as BlackPink, Godzilla vs. Kong, McLaren, Tesla, and many more.

It will be exciting to see what these new collaborations bring to the game for the players. PUBG Mobile has always surprised us with various collaborations, but this collaboration seems enormous. We have to wait for some time to see what these collaborations bring for us.

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