PUBG comes to the PlayStation 4
It’s the news that many Playstation fans have been waiting for; PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is finally coming to the PS4 and PS4 Pro. The legendary battle arena title has already been out for over a year for the Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 fans can finally get their hands on a copy from 7 December 2018.
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This promises to be a big hit for its parent company, PUBG Corporation, and it looks like the game could top the gaming charts this festive season. Details are currently scarce about the upcoming PUBG title, but it looks like the standard Looter’s Edition of the game will be available for just £24.99, but you can also get a Survivor’s Edition for £39.99 and a Champions Edition for £49.99. These versions allow you to access plenty of in-game rewards including bonus G-Coins, and you can make a preorder of this hotly anticipated title right now.
Details of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds for PS4
When the servers for PUBG go live on 7 December, gamers will be able to access the Erangel, Miramar and Sanhok maps, and receive all of the standard updates that have made this game such a global hit.
But if you make a preorder now, then you could look forward to plenty of extra benefits. These include the chance to use Ellie’s backpack from The Last of Us, or even Nathan Drake’s outfit from the hit game, Uncharted.
Those who have splashed out on a PS4 Pro can enjoy the support for High Dynamic Range lighting to boost what’s already a hugely immersive and graphically intense game. And with all of the ranked systems, event modes that have made PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds such a hit, it looks like this battle royale title could give Fortnite a real run for its money.
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