PUBG hits PS4 in December
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds comes out on PlayStation 4 in December - one year after it hit Xbox One as a timed console exclusive.
Video game analyst Daniel Ahmad took to ResetEra to say the battle royale game was coming to Sony's console next month, and Eurogamer understands this to be true.
PUBG's arrival on PS4 doesn't come as a huge surprise, after it was leaked by the Korean ratings board and, more recently, Sony's servers spat out PUBG images (as spotted by a user on PSNProfiles).
Meanwhile, Microsoft has teased "big PUBG news" for its XO18 event, which kicks off this Saturday, 10th November. I doubt it'll be to announce the PS4 version during Microsoft's main event. Perhaps a new map?
Tune in to #X018 at 3 PM CT November 10 for:— Xbox (@Xbox) November 5, 2018
🐔Big #PUBG news
🏹The Forge expansion for Shadow of the #TombRaider
👀And more exclusive lookshttps://t.co/II5cAODlxn pic.twitter.com/7P0csGpVba
In more bizarre PUBG news, the game has an unexpected Suicide Squad crossover, which means you can play wearing the Joker or Harley Quinn skins. Yum.
"Ok, honey. It's me and you."— PUBG: BATTLEGROUNDS (@PUBG) November 6, 2018
Live on and play as two of your favorite Suicide Squad heroes, the Joker and Harley Quinn. Coming soon. pic.twitter.com/NWZhXaPBMz
Fortnite, with its recent playable Thanos event, aligning itself with Marvel and PUBG going with DC Universe makes a lot of sense to me for some reason.