A user on PS4Profiles, on online forum, provided images and Content ID codes apparently found on the PS4 game database. The game normally retails for $29.99, making this quite a valuable offer.More news: Saints' Thomas pulls celebrates TD with cell phone
That would be interesting timing for two reasons. It's also around the time of the Video Game Awards, where big games are frequently announced.More news: Spanking: Pediatricians warn parents of long-term harms
Though Microsoft publish PUBG on Xbox One, and have invested in the game's continued development through Xbox Game Preview until its 1.0 release in September, it seems that they only secured an exclusivity deal for one year.
Should PUBG come to PlayStation consoles, that'd be a win for Sony and a small loss for Microsoft who hasn't had the best track record with exclusive titles.More news: Sane laughs off talk of switch to United
I still prefer PUBG's gameplay to Fortnite's, especially in solo. That said, I wonder if it's a case of too little, too late. In between, PUBG Mobile was released on Android and iOS. There's also Call of Duty: Black Ops4, which has an excellent, polished Battle Royale in Blackout (when it works), and numerous other Battle Royale-styled games that could signal saturation. For seemingly no reason in particular, Microsoft has made a decision to hand out free copies of two Xbox One games.