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Mobile Battle Royale Games: How to Play with Friends and Voice Chat



The world is at a point in video games when proving that you're better than 99 other people (or so) isn't limited to the confines of stationary gaming devices. Because for years, battle royale games on mobile devices have made the euphoria of a battle royale victory available wherever the player is located.


Hence, celebrating a victory against dozens of other players in one huge deathmatch while sitting on a toilet or while ignoring relatives during a dysfunctional family dinner is now at its most accessible. It's all thanks to rapid advancements being made in mobile phone hardware. And these battle royale games keep pushing that frontier.




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With nearly 13 million downloads on Google Play alone, Garena Free Fire Max is one of the most impressive battle royale titles on the mobile platform. It's not as big as the more dedicated ports like PUBG Mobile or Fortnite as it only has 50 players max.


Guns Royale was developed back in 2018, so it's a bit older now but that also means it should be more polished. The game is also quite simple and some Minecraft players might even confuse it for an elaborate battle royale mod for their game.


Apart from the blocky, LEGO-like visuals, the game is also known for "borrowing" some design elements and themes from other games such as Among Us, etc. The game is pretty standard as far as battle royale games go, nothing complicated or novel, so it should be easy to dive into.


Speaking of novelty, Brawl Stars might be better for people looking for a shake-up in their battle royale formula. Because this multiplayer game combines many genres into a melting pot of chaos and entertainment. The most prominent among those genres would be MOBA and battle royale.


Its main gameplay mode is a 3v3 multiplayer that plays out like a MOBA. But there's also a battle royale mode that allows for solo or duo teams. It has a whopping 100 million downloads on Android alone and the game is also well-updated as its developers are the people responsible for classics likeClash of Clans.


PUBG Mobile: best mobile shooting game


Fortnite: popular battle royale game with crafting


Call of Duty: Mobile: polished FPS with battle royale mode


Garena Free Fire Max: fast-paced survival shooter


Creative Destruction: Fortnite clone with destructible environment


Knives Out: realistic graphics and vehicles


Rules of Survival: 300-player matches and varied maps


Pixel's Unknown Battle Ground: pixelated graphics and fun gameplay


ZombsRoyale.io: 2D browser-based battle royale


PUBG: New State: futuristic sequel to PUBG Mobile


Apex Legends Mobile: upcoming mobile version of the hit PC game


Battlelands Royale: casual and cartoonish 32-player battles


Cyber Hunter: sci-fi themed battle royale with parkour and vehicles


Black Survival: survival game with 10-minute matches and 22 areas


Bullet Echo: top-down tactical shooter with team play and stealth


Badlanders: loot and shoot game with weapon customization and trading


Super Mecha Champions: anime-style battle royale with mechs and weapons


Omega Legends: hero shooter with different classes and abilities


Zooba: zoo-themed battle royale with cute animals and weapons


Battlepalooza: real-world map-based battle royale with power-ups and items


Danger Close: online FPS with 8-player matches and custom maps


Ride Out Heroes: fantasy battle royale with mounts and magic


ScarFall: offline and online battle royale with realistic graphics and combat


Rocket Royale: build rockets and escape the island while fighting others


Last Day Rules: survival sandbox game with crafting and building


Grand Battle Royale: pixel war game with blocky graphics and weapons


Last Island of Survival: multiplayer survival game with crafting and exploration


Blood Rivals: extreme survival shooter with high-end graphics and action


Hopeless Land: fight for survival with helicopters and vehicles


Survival Squad: squad-based battle royale with voice chat and team play


Battle Prime: online shooter with stunning graphics and fast-paced combat


Warface: Global Operations: modern military shooter with PvP battles and customization


Shadowgun War Games: tactical FPS with hero characters and team modes


Standoff 2: dynamic shooter with different maps, modes, and weapons


Modern Combat Versus: online FPS with agents, abilities, and clans


Critical Ops: multiplayer FPS with skill-based gameplay and esports scene


Guns of Boom: online shooter with easy controls and colorful graphics


Respawnables Heroes: hero shooter with team play and special powers


Area F2 - Global Launch: close-quarters combat game with realistic scenarios and tactics


FRAG Pro Shooter: 1v1 shooter with deck building and character switching


MaskGun Multiplayer FPS - Free Shooting Game : online shooter with masks, clans, and tournaments


World War Heroes - WW2 FPS : historical shooter with WW2 weapons, vehicles, and modes


Modern Strike Online - PvP FPS : counter-terrorism shooter with realistic graphics and weapons


N.O.V.A. Legacy : sci-fi shooter with aliens, weapons, and story mode


Mad GunZ - shooting games, online, Battle Royale : crazy shooter with pixel art, cats, zombies, and bananas


MilkChoco - Online FPS : cute shooter with different classes, modes, and maps


Squad Free Fire Legends : Battleground Survival : survival shooter with firefights, vehicles, and squads


Free survival fire battlegrounds : shooting games : survival shooter with stealth, sniping, and strategy


This decade's favorite genre in gaming is a hodgepodge of multiple ones instead of just a single gameplay loop. Thus, pleasant anomalies like FOG exist to please people of multiple genres. It's supposedly an MMORPG that combines that main genre into MOBA and battle royale.


That's quite a handful, but for over a million people who download the game, it's good fun. Think of it as a top-down amalgam of Mobile Legends, Fortnite, and Diablo games but on a more massive scale. The battle royale part alone allows for a 30-player deathmatch.


Looking for that semi-serious PUBG mobile experience but without actually playing PUBG? Then ScarFall might have something on offer here. It's a stylish battle royale game that also doubles as a runway due to how much freedom the players are allowed when it comes to skins and character customization.


The graphics are similar enough to PUBG as well as the controls. The game is also quite popular with over five million downloads and a few hundred thousand ratings. At the moment, the developers are still actively fixing and updating the game, and apart from the usual battle royale game mode, it also comes with team deathmatch and survival.


For a breath of fresh air, and something cuter than the usual battle royale offering, then PvPets: Tank Battle Royale, will surely elicit some cute reactions. Because this is a battle royale game where adorable and cuddly pets drive tanks and pulverize one another to powder. For a unique take on battle royale, this is pretty eye-catching.


Love it or hate it, battle royale is one of the few genres that has maintained its relevancy for nearly a decade. For one, its premise shares similarities with movies like Hunger Games and the Japanese thriller of the same name, Battle Royale, from 2000.


That's why titles like Fortnite and PUBG Mobile maintain their relevancy for so many years. But they're not the only game in town. Many battle royales, including Call of Duty, double as exceptional first-person shooters. In this list, we cover the best battle royale games on Android.


Published by another gaming industry big-gun, Activision, Call of Duty needs little introduction; it's been the biggest FPS franchise for decades. Call of Duty Mobile features the shooter experience you've come to expect from the mainline series. With Call of Duty Mobile, the series brings a plethora of game modes, including classics like Team Deathmatch and Domination, as well as a massive 100-player battle royale mode.


Where most battle royale games tend to be first or third-person shooters, FOG mixes up the formula by being a MOBA. In other words, a multiplayer online battle arena. If you've played other games in the genre, such as the exceptionally popular League of Legends, you'll feel right at home.


In FOG, you'll use melee weapons and magic to stave off enemies, both monsters, and player-controlled. FOG gives you a boatload of options for customizing your characters. And these customizations not only change their appearance but also improve their stats. You're getting a battle royale, a MOBA, and an RPG mixed into one game.


Epic Games made a name for itself by developing top-notch video game series like Gears of War, Bulletstorm, and Shadow Complex Remastered. But Fortnite is by far the company's most significant commercial achievement to date. Fortnite combines the exhilarating winner-takes-it-all aspect of battle royale with the novel idea of erecting temporary structures to protect yourself from harm or access otherwise hard-to-reach areas. Plus, there's a mode without building for those that prefer a more traditional battle royale experience.


On top of that, Fortnite enjoys frequent crossovers involving characters from other franchises. This means you can play as characters from DC and Marvel, as well as characters from other games and movies. Previous crossovers include Tomb Raider, Uncharted, and The Evil Dead, to name a few. And, even though Fortnite is not currently available for download via the Play Store, the game is still one of the highest-grossing battle royale games out there.


If you're looking for an alternative to Fortnite or simply don't wish to sideload the game through an APK, Free Fire may be your next best option. Much like Fortnite, it's a third-person battle royale game for up to 50 players, although it lacks the fort-building mechanics Fortnite is known for.


Battle royale is a genre with high stakes, and stakes rarely get any higher than in prison. Happy Zone pits cops, inmates, and other ne'er-do-wells in a chaotic battle to the death. There's no such thing as a get-out-of-jail-free card in this game, so you'll have to use other means to escape.


Pick up weapons from defeated enemies. Anything goes: from baseball bats and wrenches to shotguns, rocket launchers, and even airstrikes. As of right now, Happy Zone only features a battle royale mode. But on the bright side, matches last only up to 3 minutes. So if you're after something more bite-sized, Happy Zone could easily scratch that itch.


Hunt Royale combines battle royale with the monster-hunting mechanics of Monster Hunter. In this feature-packed RPG, you get to choose a hero with unique abilities, set out into the wilderness, and hunt down frightening beasts, yetis, dragons, and even a ginormous kraken.


On top of the competitive battle royale mode, the game offers other PvP and PvE modes. Dungeon, for example, gives you the chance to descend into perilous dungeons to find valuable loot. Meanwhile, the Maze mode ups the ante by adding challenging roguelike elements to the game.


This first-person shooter features customization options for your character and weapons, both of which affect not only how you look but your potential success or failure. In addition to classic game modes like Team Deathmatch and Capture the Flag, Modern Combat 5 features a proper single-player campaign. And, while it's not at the forefront of the game's offerings, it does feature a free-for-all battle royale mode as well.


PUBG is among the best battle royale games out there, possibly only overshadowed by the unprecedented success of Fortnite. It boasts an ever-growing player base of over one billion players and a battle royale mode for up to 100 of those players per round.


You've probably heard of Fall Guys. It's a game-show-like battle royale game in which contestants don colorful costumes and participate in various challenges. A portion of players gets eliminated after every round, and only one -- the fastest, the nimblest, or simply the luckiest -- is crowned a champion.


Stumble Guys is pretty much that, but on mobile. In this colorful and family-friendly battle royale game, you'll compete against up to 32 players online. Stumble Guys features vivid characters and costumes to customize them with. Don your favorite, jump online, compete with strangers, or just play around with the game's physics.


Have you ever wanted to play as a Japanese schoolgirl with an electric guitar that doubles as a flamethrower? While it does sound oddly specific, someone at NetEase Games thought of the same thing. That's because in Super Mecha Champions, you can play as that Japanese schoolgirl. In fact, there's a plethora of characters to choose from in this battle royale.


Inspired by Japanese cityscapes, Super Mecha Champions brings the battle royale genre to bustling urban environments. The game features an abundance of towering mechs, both nimble and stalwart. Each mech comes with a set of different weapons and abilities and also handles differently. And the many unique pilots greatly complement their steel companions.


Several mobile battle royale games have had their servers shut down over the last few months. Final Fantasy VII: The Last Soldier closed in January, while Apex Legends Mobile was shut down on May 1st.


Updated on March 21, 2023 - swapped 1 game, original article by Suchit Mohanty, updated by Artur Novichenko.Hello and welcome to the list of best battle royale games for Android in 2023! In this list, we have included all the games that are performing quite well on both mobile storefronts and deliver a good gaming experience.


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