PUBG which is also known as Player's Unknown Battleground has been introduced for free to download on Xbox One today by Microsoft. Sony's servers are seemingly hosting the game image and content ID number for the PSN store already.
Whilst neither Sony nor Bluehole has confirmed the veracity of this, United Kingdom based games media outlet Eurogamer claim they "understand this to be true". Can't have the PS4 players missing out on those chicken dinners, can we? It must be noted in this context that PUBG first appeared on Xbox One back in December a year ago. ResetEra admin and game industry analyst at Niko Partners Daniel Ahmad seemed to corroborate the news, suggesting that the game will be out on PS4 next month.
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The smart money would be on the addition of a new map, but all will be revealed soon enough. 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. If the reports are genuine then it means Microsoft paid for a year of PUBG exclusivity.
Those costumes, derived from 2016 movie "Suicide Squad", were confirmed through social media posts to official "PUBG" accounts, though a precise release date was not announced. At PUBG Corp., Greene is working with a veteran team of developers to make PUBG into the world's premiere battle royale experience. It doesn't matter if you have an Xbox Live Gold subscription or not, the $30 battle royale game is still available for free.