PUBG MOBILE celebrates its third anniversary this weekend with a momentous celebration campaign. World-renowned musicians Alesso, Lost Frequencies and R3HAB will perform a live set including three brand-new singles in an unprecedented livestream party both in-game and on YouTube for battle royale fans and dance music listeners alike. Alesso’s “Going Dumb”, Lost Frequencies’ “Rise”, R3HAB’s “Stars Align” will all debut as new singles on the virtual stage in PUBG MOBILE beginning March 21. The festivities begin at 11 a.m. UTC in-game and 1 p.m. UTC on the official PUBG MOBILE YouTube channel on Sunday, March 21.
Earlier this month, PUBG MOBILE received the Version 1.3 update, delivering a “HUNDRED RHYTHMS” music-themed wave of new content. Today, official PUBG MOBILE social media accounts confirm the presence of three world-famous DJs for an in-game performance, fitting for three years of action-packed mobile gaming fun. Stockholm-based dance music producer Alesso, Belgian musician Lost Frequencies and Dutch-Moroccan DJ R3HAB will each present a new song live performance during the party. All three will also participate in a special celebrity showmatch, alongside famous gaming influencers from regions around the world.
As part of the music festival, players can now land in the electronic music square in Erangel, Spawn Island and Cheer Park to enjoy sample clips from the three DJs at the virtual DJ stage. On and after March 21, Alesso’s new single “Going Dumb”, Lost Frequencies’ new single “Rise”, R3HAB’s new single “Stars Align” and iconic Kpop group BLACKPINK’s remix version of “DDU-DU DDU-DU” hit single will be released for the first time ever for music fans in the PUBG MOBILE world.
In addition to the livestream party, Version 1.3 game modes rage on, along with fresh rewards in Royale Pass Season 18. On the day of PUBG MOBILE’s three-year anniversary, mobile players can have a glimpse of the rugged Karakin map for the first time ever in advance before Karakin is released later in April. Set in a desolate desert wasteland with countless caves and tunnels, Karakin’s two-by-two kilometer battleground further intensifies PUBG MOBILE battle royale action.