According to information received by Eurogamer, PlayerUnkown's still-popular-but-not-quite-as-popular-as-it-once-was battle royale juggernaut will release on Sony's market-leading console this December.
Adding fuel to the fire, Niko Partners analyst Daniel Ahmad revealed on ResetEra that PUBG is indeed due for release in December on PS4. By giving away copies of the game now, Microsoft may be hoping to lock players into its ecosystem and steer them clear of the PS4.
Concerns have also been voiced about the quality of PUBG, with console players who are perhaps less used to rougher looking games than PC players, voicing concerns over the games bugginess, bland aesthetic, and server capabilities.
In other PUBG-related news, the game is about to get its first set of themed skins in the form of The Joker and Harley Quinn from Suicide Squad. PUBG debuted in Xbox Game Preview past year for $30.
Meanwhile, Microsoft has teased their fans of exciting news that may include PUBG for the upcoming XO18 event on November 10th.
That performance issue looked even worse compared to Fortnite, a free-to-play battle-royale game which has enjoyed a far more stable 60fps refresh on both Xbox One and PS4.
"We're proud to announce this next step in PUBG Corp.'s plan to cement our place as a global esports platform". It doesn't matter if you have an Xbox Live Gold subscription or not, the $30 battle royale game is still available for free.
Mystery deepens on Lion Air crash after Boeing bulletin
Lion Air is one of Indonesia's youngest airlines but has grown rapidly, flying to dozens of domestic and worldwide destinations. An Indonesian official said both the plane and the two pilots aboard have been grounded while an investigation is underway.