PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds will soon reach Xbox Game Preview
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is a very popular PC game that will also be released for Xbox soon, but a title that already has a few bugs affecting it. Here are some fixes for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds bugs.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds heading for Xbox One
The PC sensation is constantly listed on Steam’s Top Sellers chart with more than 65,000 concurrent players and was able to generate $10 million in sales during the first week of its launch at a price of $30. Now, the game will also be available for Xbox One.
During an interview between developer Bluehole and Invenglobal, project director Changhan Kim referenced the Xbox Preview Program, an Early Access for the Xbox console.
There’s something called the Xbox Preview Program, which is basically Early Access for Xbox. We’re hard at work adding the finishing touches to the game there. It’ll be out on both PlayStation and Xbox
With this, it’s pretty clear that the game is coming to Xbox One before PlayStation 4 players will get the change to have a look at it since Sony doesn’t feature an early access program.
100 players on a remote island
PlayerUnknow’s Battlegrounds features a Battle Mode which puts 100 players on a remote island for a showdown where the winner takes all. Strategic gameplay will be as important as each player’s shooting skills. The gamers will enter a last-man-standing battle as they try to locate weapons, vehicles and supplies in a battleground home to spectacular sights.
For those who haven’t played it yet, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is a sensational game which will turn out to be an insanely fun experience.
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