PC gamers have a clear advantage when it comes to control input over their mobile counterparts. But the line between the two platforms is growing fuzzier. And so, as mobile platforms grow, mobile games and tech manufacturers face criticism of sanctioned cheating and questions of fair play.
More and more PC gamers have started to take an interest in the Android gaming scene, especially with the launch of titles such as PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. As mobile games gain popularity, so too will the dedicated hardware that allows gamers a home-field advantage.
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Take the BlueStacks app as an example. This allows Android games to be played on a PC with a mouse and keyboard. It’s been around for some time, but MSI is reportedly releasing its very own version of the app called the MSI App Player. This is an app that, inadvertently or not, offers a distinct advantage to some members of the playerbase for mobile games. People pay good money for less advantage than that in pay-to-win titles.
PUBG’s launch was when everything got pretty rough for mobile gamers. Gamers actually utilising touchscreen controls were going into matches with a significant disadvantage, and so PUBG Corporation had to take action to level the playing field back in April.