And if you have the Xbox One and wish to try out the sensational hit PlayerUnknown's Battleground (that is PUBG), this might be your chance. A few weeks ago, the game was rated for PS4 in Korea, and yesterday game analyst Daniel Ahmad confirmed a PS4 port for this December on gaming forum ResetEra.
Having spearheaded the rise of a new action game genre, the last-person-standing "Battle Royale", "PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds" looks likely to land on PlayStation 4 by the end of the year. Since its release, PUBG has received worldwide acclaim, achieving seven Guinness World Records and winning multiple game awards worldwide.
This comes on the back of the September leak that the Korean Game Rating and Administration Committee had rated PUBG for PS4. Which means it took a year (probably) for the game to become a PS4 exclusive.
"PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds" is now available on PC and Xbox One for $29.99.
Joining the PUBG free Xbox One weekend, is Konami's soccer game, PES 2019 (Pro Evolution Soccer 2019). A beta update of PUBG Mobile, known as Lightspeed Beta is now being introduced in China, as per a Reddit post. PUBG debuted in Xbox Game Preview a year ago for $30. The store page notes that it's "free for a limited time" explicitly, so make sure you hurry and nab it while you still can. Especially considering the still surging popularity of Fortnite and the struggling popularity of PUBG. Erangel and Miramar maps are supposed to get new weather effects that include rains and a snowy area.