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Sony Is Bringing PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds to PS4

The Korean Ratings Board was the first source that hinted at the arrival of PUBG on PS4

Sony Is Bringing PlayerUnknown\'s Battlegrounds to PS4

It doesn’t matter if you are from the gamer community or not, PUBG or PlayerUnknown’s Battleground game is the unchallenged game right now. Be it the smartphone, emulator, or the desktop; the game has spread like wildfire. And to add more fun to the gamers, Sony has planned to bring the Battle Royale game to the PS4 on December 7, 2018.

The arrival of PUBG on PS4 was first accidentally divulged by the Korean Ratings Board in September. With a new post on ResetEra, a video game message forum, also confirmed the news and also, posted pictures from a PlayStation server.

“Not sure if this one has been brought up: additionally to the previous Korean games rating board leak a user on psnprofiles who’s getting some very early game copies found some more evidence of PUBG coming to PS4 rather sooner than later.”

The pictures below seem to be hosted on PlayStation servers.

PlayStation servers

Interestingly, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds blasted with console bundles, a new map, and Xbox One Wireless Controllers when  Xbox One's Game Preview was programmed last to last month. But the craze didn’t last long and the buzz was liquidated in between other battle royale games like Fortnite.

But Sony didn’t back down and made sure that the ignite should remain among the gamers by releasing PUBG mobile game next month. However, the Japanese multinational conglomerate hasn’t confirmed the report from their end.

PUBG game is already available on the Xbox, and with the arrival on PS4, the clash will be more intense, and the total number of game players are expected to increase considerably.

 

With the release of a new update of PUBG for Xbox in the X018 keynote event, the contest among top gaming consoles is definitely going to light up.

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