Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) has been announced officially to arrive on Sony’s PlayStation 4 on December 7th finally. The base game is going to be priced at $30 on the PS4, having a “survivor’s edition” at $50 and also a “champion’s edition” for $60. Both of the extra additions contain bonus G-Coin and additional in-game rewards, and preorders embark on today.
PUBG has been being expected to appear on the PS4 after some leaks pointed towards the release. Good news for PS4 users and PUBG lovers, PUBG on the PS4 will include access to the 3 Miramar, Erangel, and Sanhok maps; all of the significant features of the PC and Xbox One versions will take in. Moreover, PUBG on PS4 Pro is going to include support for HDR also.
Microsoft’s PUBG Console Exclusive is Finish
PUBG on PS4 appears just as Microsoft has also made the game available to its Xbox Game Pass subscription. Microsoft had console uniqueness on PUBG for around a year. Now it has apparently stopped being seen on the PS4.
PUBG has fought back on the base Xbox One, though, so it is going to be eye-catching to have it if further optimizations are also there to help with the release on the base model of the PS4 upcoming month.
Changhan Kim, CEO of PUBG Corp. said that they’re incredibly thrilled to expand their PUBG service and launching new communities to their “Battle Royale game.” Therefore, PlayStation has been able to develop a fantastic community of passionate gamers. Can’t just wait to join them this holiday season!
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