During E3 2017, we learned that PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds will arrive on Xbox One and will have improvements on Xbox One X. Due to a large number of sales of the game, it is normal for Bluehole to contemplate taking it to as many systems as possible. In fact, the studio already spoke of its interest that the game might also come to PlayStation 4.
Bluehole has not said much about this possible PS4 version of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. Fortunately, the studio recently stated that it is in talks with Sony to see how it is possible to see the game on the PS4 console. Chang Byung-Gyu, the founder of Bluehole, said that if the deal was made, Battle Royal would debut on PlayStation 4 after its arrival on the console of Microsoft.
We know that PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds will debut on Xbox One later this year and its full release is scheduled for early 2018. This would mean that the title could hit PlayStation 4 during the first half of next year or a little later.
One striking detail is that Chang told Bloomberg is that they are negotiating with all current video game companies; however, he only specifically mentioned Sony.
To create new content and increase the fame of the game worldwide, Bluehole created a new company called PUBG Corp. The title has sold more than 13 million copies, which has allowed it to establish a new record of concurrent users.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is available on PC.