PUBG is free for Xbox this weekend

Joanna Estrada
November 7, 2018

In a post created back in August 2017 where people discussed the possibility of a PlayStation 4 release for PUBG, a user brought life back into the thread that laid dormant for months with a post comment that said PUBG had been spotted in their console's game database.

That pageantry has since died down some since the swelling popularity of other battle royale games like Fortnite, but that enthusiasm might be reignited if the game arrives on the PS4 next month. Further to that, we know that PUBG Corp has been working with Sony as well. Currently, PUBG is only available for Xbox One and PC, but, in wake of the PS4 ratings leak, both a game icon and dashboard image of the game have appeared on official PlayStation servers.

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The news comes as Bluehole reveals its brand new eSports plans.

The developer plans for nine regions to compete through three phases during 2019, with two third-party run worldwide competitions.

"At the end of Phase 3, the top-performing teams throughout the season will gather for a Global Championship - the survivors of which will have a shot at a $2 million prize pool and the right to call themselves the best PUBG players in the world".

Teams will come from nine regions including five different Asian regions, North America, Europe, Latin America and Oceania. Microsoft teased on Twitter that it will have some big news around PUBG at its X018 keynote event in Mexico City on November 10 - potentially a new map or game mode.

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