“Wanna Be Fortnite So Bad” – VMA 2022 Winning Game Gets Chastised for Their New 2023 Collaboration

PUBG Mobile is one of the most popular games in the mobile industry. Despite getting banned in several countries, the title still runs 30 million players on a daily basis. The game is an adaption of its PC version, which achieved massive success as a launch. After all, Tencent was hungry for a win, and they got their breakthrough with PUBG Mobile.

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Recently, the franchise announced a massive update with a dedicated Twitter post for fans. They declared their official collaboration with Dragon Ball Z for an upcoming collab, dropping in 2023. However, the information only enthralled the PUBG Mobile community, as all other fans were disappointed with the franchise. They trolled them for copying Fortnite, who recently dropped a Dragon Ball Z collab in the game. 

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Fans mock PUBG Mobile Devs for copying a similar in-game collab like Fortnite 

In the past few days, Fortnite and PUBG Mobile have been trending, thanks to the fan hype amidst the VMAs. Both games had their nominations on the “Best Performance in the Metaverse” list, as both had dropped some massive events. While Fortnite had introduced pop star Ariana Grande, the Tencent-owned game featured K-POP legends, BlACKPINK.

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The former lost to its opponents as they received the award under this category. So, fans from different parts of the world tuned in to celebrate the victory with their favorite franchise.

However, their massive win soon became a calm before the storm as they received major hate in the coming time. PUBG Mobile’s Twitter page uploaded a post claiming an upcoming collab with Dragon Ball Z. This information created chaos on Twitter as the majority of the fans trolled them for copying Fortnite. For those uninitiated, Fortnite recently collaborated with Dragon Ball Z to introduce in-game cosmetics, bundles, and many more.

So, PUBG Mobile’s recent post disappointed them as they were not expecting something like this. After all, the franchise recently won against Fortnite at the VMAs and still ended up adding a similar update to their opponents. Netizens got into a heated debate in the comments section, expressing their true feelings about the same. Here’s what they had to say.

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With the massive collaboration update from PUBG Mobile, it is only time that will help us understand if the franchise will go forward with it or not. Ultimately, they might have to rethink their decision after the massive chaos in their recent post.

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What are your thoughts about this? Do you think Tencent messed up by announcing this collaboration? Let us know your valuable opinions in the comments section.

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