PUBG is confirmed to come to PlayStation 4 on 7 December


Following a report which suggested that we could see PUBG coming to PlayStation 4 early December, and PUBG have come out and officially announced that the game is indeed coming to the console on 7 December.

As far as pricing goes, the base game will be priced at $30 in the US, with a “survivor’s edition” at $50 and “champion’s edition” which can be had for $60. The premium editions come with an additional Survival Pass, additions G-Coins and 20,000 BP. Pre-orders for the game begins today.

PUBG poster of Miramar, a map on the game. Image: Sony

PUBG poster of Miramar, a map on the game. Image: Sony

If you do happen to pre-order the game, there are a few neat bundles up for grabs. PUBG has teamed up with Sony to add skins and a theme each from Unchartered and The Last of Us franchises.

As per the announcement by PlayStation on its US blog, the game will launch with all three were accustomed to – Erangel, Miramar, and Sanhok. The highly anticipated snow-themed map which will likely be named Vikendi is also coming later this winter. The game will include all major features like custom matches, ranked system, event , Trophies and all other sections players are accustomed to on PC and Xbox.

A Nathan Drake Uncharted Series

A Nathan Drake Uncharted Series “Desert Outfit” is up for grabs if you pre-order the game. Image: Sony

PUBG’s arrival on PlayStation 4 has also been announced just as Microsoft has added the game to its Xbox Game Pass subscription. Microsoft did have exclusive access to the hugely popular battle royale game for a year and now that has lapsed, Sony was quick to pounce.

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As a report by Engadget also argues that Sony may have waited for PUBG to come out of beta which happened only in September 2018, as it does not have a program for in-development games.

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