PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS (PUBG) is now available on PlayStation 4.
Gamers can download the game off the PlayStation Store for S$36.30.
The successful battle royale game is all about survival. Players have to scramble off the plane, parachute into different locations, get the best weapons to fend off other 99 combatants in the game.
Unlike Fortnite, its closest rival, PUBG does not let you build structures to add on to your defence. Instead, it’s the classic battle of wits to eliminate one another.
The game was initially available on PC, XBOX One and smartphones and having it available on PS4 brings nothing but excitement for its tens of millions of players.
Richard Kwon, CMO, PUBG Corp said:
“As of today, PUBG is open to PlayStation 4’s tens of millions of players, which is an important milestone for our global team. In addition to experiencing our game for the first time, the PlayStation community can also look forward to upcoming content, such as our new map
Vikendi is a 6×6 winter map, which was announced at The Game Awards 2018.
The map combines the rush of Sanhok and the tension of
Players can also take down the competition with the new G36C rifle or travel the frozen landscape in a snowmobile.
PS4 and Xbox One players will have access to