[RUMOR] PUBG to Release on PlayStation 4 this December

[RUMOR] PUBG to Release on PlayStation 4 this December

Korean Ratings, timed-exclusives, and leaked server images say so.

LizardRock by LizardRock on Nov 07, 2018 @ 01:59 PM (Staff Bios)
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After a longer than average wait, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds may be coming to PlayStation 4 before the year is out. At least if the overwhelming evidence can be trusted.

While this has not been formally announced by developer Bluehole, the PUBG community on ResetEra believes the game to be releasing next month. This December marks the one year anniversary since the game was released on Xbox One. The timed exclusivity contract will then run out, allowing the popular battle royale game to release on the Sony console.

This information, paired with recently discovered images of the game on the PlayStation game servers and a Korean ratings board listing for the game on the console, has instilled a sense of confidence in the community's predictions.

While the evidence is overwhelming, nothing is set in stone until a formal announcement is made. Stay tuned as the story develops.

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