PUBG PS4 Release Could Happen as Early as December, Reports Suggest

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds aka PUBG may lastly release on the PS4 in December, according to numerous reports. This comes as a user declares to have actually seen PUBG on Sony’s server while a video gaming expert also suggested a December release date for PUBG on the PlayStation 4.

On Monday, members of video gaming forum ResetEra uncovered a post from October in a different PlayStation forum called PSNProfiles, where a user declared that PUBG remained in their PS4’s video game database.

” Don’t understand when it’s coming out, but it’s already on Sony servers, hosting the video game image and Content-ID for the PSN store,” the PSNProfiles member added, with 2 individual material IDs for North America and the United States. Both currently show a 404 mistake.

Later on Monday in the ResetEra thread, video games analyst Daniel Ahmad stated that PUBG would be out next month on PS4, with other users suggesting it indicates a 1 year exclusivity offer for Microsoft and Bluehole, the South Korean parent company of PUBG Corporation.

In response to remarks about a possible release around The Game Awards 2018 on December 6 in Los Angeles, Ahmad included: “Pretty much. Although perhaps they’ll announce its real presence previously or something.”

This comes on the back of the September leakage that the Korean Game Rating and Administration Committee had actually rated PUBG for PS4. And with the game just recently striking 1.0 on Xbox One, it makes sense that the designer would want to check out more platforms.

The complete release on Xbox One also brought the label “console launch exclusive”, which even more indicates a release on PS4 eventually.

After spending much of 2017 as an early gain access to title on Steam for PC, PUBG hit 1.0 on Windows last December. It went into early gain access to on Xbox One the exact same month, and hit 1.0 in September. In in between, PUBG Mobile was released on Android and iOS.

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