PUBG Soon Releasing On PS4 Platform

The player has been evaluated by a PS4 release of the Unknown Battlefields (PUBG) Korean Games Rating Board (as seen by Eurogamor), indicating that the console specificity period on Xbox One can end soon. The mobile version of the game on iOS and Android was first released in 2018.

PUBG is widely credited with popularizing the War Royale style explosion. At its peak, more than 3 million people were playing it together till January 2018. Other popular games have joined the genre since then, including Battlefield V, Call of Duty and Certainly Fortnight.

After it was originally released on PC in March 2017, PUBG's excessive popularity meant that it was quickly snatched by Microsoft, who had published it specifically in December of that year in the form of consoles. By July 2018, the game had sold 8 million copies on the console.

Initially, the game was launched in a buggy state, which saw its frame rate sometimes dive into single figures on the console. Although these performance issues are still being worked out, in the first release of the first game in September, it was seen that with its PC equivalent, it now offers feature parity for its console version with three maps and dynamic weather is.

At present, it is not clear what features and maps will be available with the initial release of the PS4 version of the PUBG, which may be available for the release of December, when Microsoft has the specificity year. But hopefully there will be some quality-improvement in the release of developer's "Fix Pub" campaign.

This is not the first time that a Korean media rating board has been leaked to the upcoming game. Earlier this year, prior to its official announcement in E3 in June, he started the arrival of Fortnight on the Nintendo Switch.

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