Death-defying mountain top screening for 'Mission: Impossible - Fallout'


Fallout, effectively Mission Impossible 6, hit theaters last week and PUBG Corp is capitalizing on its likely long tail with an in-game event. You can download it now from the App Store and Google Play.

The "Mission: Impossible" series is known for its death-defying stunts, and Cruise is known for executing them on his own without a stunt person, including a skydive at 25,000 feet with a broken ankle in the latest movie.

PUBG should have looked at how successful the Avengers and Fortnite cross-over was, in which Epic Games offered a special Thanos mode into their Battle Royale game. Mission: Impossible - Fallout achieves the second-best start in the franchise for its first day in France.

The tie-in brings a number of new avatar skins and customizable parachutes, alongside in-game rewards and challenges centered around the action movie, which is now playing in cinemas worldwide.

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This seems to be an interesting move from Tencent to partner with a movie like this to deliver a different gaming experience to the players.

PUBG Mobile keeps on bringing new features to the game and receiving new updates. The game is even more popular in Asian markets, with USA accounting for only 30 percent of the game's revenue. The game has also got the Royale Pass which equivalent of the Fortnite Battle Pass and even seasonal events.

PUBG Mobile is free-to-play on Android and iOS. But, in true Cruise style he did it, and now so have over 2,000 others who scaled the peak to attend a special screening of Fallout.