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Sep 23, 2018

"PUBG" approaches PlayStation 4


The advertisement can take place this week.

The Battle Royale title "PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds" has long been available on PC and released last year to Xbox One. An edition of PlayStation 4 has been waiting for it, but it can actually be imminent.

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The advertisement can take place this week.

The Battle Royale title "PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds" has long been available on PC and released last year to Xbox One. An edition of PlayStation 4 has been waiting for it, but it can actually be imminent.

"PUBG" is also available on mobile.

Approaching PlayStation 4
The game has been reviewed by the Game Rating and Administration Committee in South Korea. It's common for games to get age rating ahead of launches, which suggests that "PUBG" for PlayStation 4 is probably not far away.

Wccftech, who was one of the first to report on the matter, writes that the announcement may take place during the Tokyo Game Show 2018, which will take place this week.

"PUBG" was the game that really gained the Battle Royale genre, but has been tough in competition with the game fortress 'Fortnite'. This fall, both sides face even stronger competition when the heavyweights "Battlefield" and "Call of Duty" try their popular survival mode.

Have you been waiting for "PUBG" to be available on PlayStation 4?

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sources: Wccftech

keywords: playstation, pubg, games

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