After current leaks all however confirmed that PUBG was coming to PS4 in December, Sony has officiated the information with a agency launch date and the supply of pre-orders.
On the official PlayStation website, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is at present up for pre-order in three completely different editions, all with a launch date of December 7, 2018.
PlayStation gamers will probably be diving right into a extra well-rounded and full-featured recreation when in comparison with the sooner PC and Xbox launches, with the PS4 version delivery with all major updates and patches to date.
It should additionally function all three at present accessible maps – Erangel, Miramar, and Sanhok – with the winter-themed Vikendi to reach shortly after launch.
The bottom recreation is known as the Looter’s Version, seemingly since you’ll have to begin from scratch along with your in-game pockets empty of each G-Cash and BP, the sport’s two native currencies used to buy skins and different gadgets.
Or, you might spend significantly extra and seize the Survivor’s Version, which nets you the Vikendi Occasion Move in addition to 2,300 G-Cash and 20,000 BP. The Champion’s Version is similar, though you’ll rating your self 6,000 G-Cash as an alternative.
All three editions arrive with bonus PlayStation-exclusive skins and gadgets if you happen to pre-order them, together with Nathan Drake’s desert outfit from the Uncharted collection, and Ellie’s backpack from The Final Of Us.
The PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Looter’s Edition will set you again $30 (£25 / AU$40), whereas the Survivor’s Version and Champion’s Version will set you again $60 (£40 / AU$70) and $90 (£50 / AU$85) respectively.