PUBG may finally be making its way to Sonys PlayStation 4
It seems like PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) will finally be making its way to the Sony PlayStation 4. First spotted by Eurogamer, the PS4 version of the game has been rated by the Korean Game Rating Board, which suggests that the game’s console exclusivity to the Microsoft Xbox console might be coming to an end. While the link no longer seems to be working, the guys over at VG247 managed to get a screenshot of the page.
Making the game available on a new console should rekindle an interest in the game after a steady decline in number over the course of the year. In fact, earlier this month, it was reported that the total daily player count went below a million for the first time since last year. The game is currently only available on the PC, Xbox and mobile, with the Xbox version being the only console version of the game. The game was recently made available as a full retail release after being available as game preview for quite a while.
It should also be noted that the official website for the ‘Fix PUBG’ initiative only mentioned the PC and the Xbox versions. Hopefully, the developer will include all the improvements that were made as part of the initiative for the PS4 release.
Meanwhile, PUBG’s chief competitor, Fortnite Battle Royale is available almost everywhere. This includes, PCs, mobile, Xbox and the PlayStation 4. The game was recently released on Android, but after being exclusive to Samsung devices for a few days, it was released for other devices. However, only select devices support the game right now. Besides Fortnite, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and Battlefield V will offer battle royale modes.