PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is a worldwide phenomenon, the numbers prove it, the gamers love it. Maybe it’s the battle-royale style gameplay (which I can admit I’m no good at!) or maybe, it’s the hilarious gameplay videos coming out on Twitch, YouTube and Reddit. Whatever the case, PUBG is here to stay for some time, with over 10 million copies out in the wild, we’ll be hearing about this game for some years to come.
There is one console that is missing in action is the PlayStation 4. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is already on PC and Xbox One and is set to leave early access on Xbox One and PC sometime next year.
So it comes as a happy surprise to hear that chang Byung-gyu, the founder of Bluehole Studio, is speaking to Sony about bringing the massively popular social game to PlayStation 4.
The craze behind PUBG is warranted and while I have a viable PC capable of handling most games, I am a console gamer at heart and it’s difficult to abandon my PS4 entirely. Seeing a game of this caliber available to own on a Sony platform seems like a no-brainer, it’s simply a matter of when. If all goes smoothly, I’d hope to see it early 2018.