You can download PUBG from Microsoft's store and play it right away. It's for a limited time only, though. The Xbox One version of PUBG rolled out version 1.0 back in September, about 10 months after the PC version did the same thing.
On Monday, Xbox tweeted that there was big news on the way about PUBG.
The possible port of PUBG on the PlayStation 4 was never really out of the question.
Then, according to rumours (like the ones swirling at Resetera), PUBG is about to launch on Sony's PlayStation 4. Speculation suggests the game is coming to Sony's flagship console as soon as next month.
The only question seems to be what date specifically and whether the game will be the equivalent of early access when it starts or if it'll just skip the beta stage entirely.
Given the worldwide league setup, PUBG Corp. will also standardize a global calendar broken up into three phases.
We should also note that even though Microsoft secured a deal to make PUBG exclusive on Xbox One, this was not a wise choice.
There's a huge caveat, though. That means players aren't getting permanent copies, and the game won't be playable after that deadline. "PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds" has a smaller development team than those games and has struggled to keep up with the demands of a massive community. In the video shared on their Twitter account, we saw that PUBG is one of the games that are being highlighted.
As Eurogamer have handily summed up, a number of incidents have led to the majority of the industry agreeing that the game is probably coming to PlayStation in time for the holidays.