PUBG: PUBG PS4 release date and other details

PUBG was regarded as the first "realistic" Battle Royale game, with its competitors at the time being Fortnite and H1Z1.

The current version of PUBG is built on Epic Games' Unreal Engine 4. (Image: Twitter)

It’s been rumoured for a while, but Sony has finally confirmed it. PUBG will be available on December 7. PUBG was regarded as the first “realistic” Battle Royale game, with its competitors at the time being Fortnite and H1Z1. In March 2017, an early access version of the game was released for PC. In December 2017, a game preview edition would be released for Xbox as well. The PS4 version of PUBG will be the full version.


In Erangel, Miramar, and Sanhok, 100 players will compete for the coveted Chicken Dinner. That’s right, all three maps will be available on launch day, with a fourth “winter map” to follow in December. Custom matches, event mode, trophies, a ranked system, and “much, much more” will be available in addition to the standard 100-man Battle Royale.

The following versions are available to pre-order:

Disc Edition
30 USD, 24.99 euros (MSRP)
Includes: Base Game

Looter’s Digital Edition
30 USD, 24.99 euros (MSRP)
Includes: Base Game

Survivor’s Digital Edition
50 USD, 39.99 euros (MSRP)
Includes: Base Game, Vikendi Event Pass, 2,300 G-Coin Pack, 20,000 BP

Champion’s Digital Edition
60 USD, 49.99 euros (MSRP)


There is no official explanation for the PS4’s delayed release compared to the PC and Xbox versions. However, there appear to be two primary reasons. First and foremost, the Xbox release was labelled as a console exclusive. As a result, many people assumed this would be a year of exclusivity, which would be correct based on the December release date. However, the Xbox version has been plagued by bugs and poor performance. These issues were so widespread that it was rumoured Sony wanted all of them ironed out before releasing it on PS4.

PUBG versions on the original Xbox differed from those on the Xbox One X. It has been confirmed that the PS4 Pro will improve performance. The PS4 Pro, in particular, will support HDR lighting on compatible TVs.


The original Xbox ran PUBG in 1080p, while the Xbox One X outputted the game in 4k resolution. Both games were designed to run at 30 frames per second, but they frequently fell below this mark. One of the performance issues that irritated the PUBG Xbox community was this. As a result, Bluehole has confirmed that they are working on Xbox performance options.

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