Blackpink Holds In-Game Virtual Concert in PUBG Mobile

BLACKPINK recently held their first batch of concerts, dubbed as “The Virtual,” inside the game client of PUBG Mobile last July 22-24, 2022 and will hold another batch on July 29-31, 2022. On the 29th of July, BLACKPINK will release a special track for The Virtual concert titled “Ready for Love.” Recently, PUBG Mobile has released teasers for the upcoming release of their new music video.

BLACKPINK recently held their first batch of concerts, dubbed as “The Virtual,” inside the game client of PUBG Mobile last July 22-24, 2022 and will hold another batch on July 29-31, 2022. On the 29th of July, BLACKPINK will release a special track for The Virtual concert titled “Ready for Love.” Recently, PUBG Mobile has released teasers for the upcoming release of their new music video.

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Credits to PUBG Mobile

Fans eagerly awaiting for the comeback of BLACKPINK are delighted that “The Virtual” concert featured three-dimensional avatars of the BLACKPINK members performing in the virtual world inside the game client with a virtual audience partying with them. The Virtual concerts provided fans with a unique concert viewing experience completed with motion capture to add a realistic element to the performance.

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Credits to PUBG Mobile
Credits to PUBG Mobile
Credits to PUBG Mobile

July 2022 was filled with several BLACKPINK events inside the PUBG Mobile App as part of their collaboration starting with the Share Concert Ticket and other pre-hype promotion for The Virtual concert leading to the concert dates and the exclusive Blackpink outfits and voice pack inside the game that players can enjoy through the in-game events.

The Virtual can be enjoyed until July 31, 2022 with dates and times mentioned above.

Em Dangla

Em "Kaisaya" Dangla is an esports shoutcaster on different mobile MOBA game titles. She also has experience in various aspects of the industry, from professionally competing in tournaments, managing esports players and teams, and organizing online tournaments. The former game developer also advocates for women in esports and safe spaces.