PUBG Coming to PS4

CEO wants game on "every platform"

PlayerUnknown’s Battleground, or PUBG, will be making its way onto PlayStation 4 platforms, but not just yet.

PUBG is currently one of the most popular games out there; fans are loving the competition and the setting. Last month, the game made its way on Xbox One consoles. As it turns out, the exclusivity will be extended confirms developer Bluehole.

This makes the game available on two platforms (PC and Xbox One), but that isn’t as far as the developer is willing to go. As it turns out, he is aiming for higher – a much larger audience, that is!

A PS4 Version On The Way

In an interview with InvenGlobal PUBG CEO Chang Han Kim stated that he wishes to have the game available on “every platform”. Based on his answers in the interview, this would be the best move yet.

When we had interviews with the press, we told them that we are not looking for the GOTY as there are many AAA games such as the Legend of Zelda and Horizon Zero Dawn. It’s obvious that PUBG is not an AAA game. It’s true that many players love and enjoy playing it, but it’s not completed and there are still many bugs. I suppose that it would’ve been a complicated job for those who had to decide on the winner.

I assume that it’s probably because PUBG gave the gaming industry something to think about. A title developed by a small team in South Korea sold more than 20 million copies and has approximately 3 million concurrent players. I think that they acknowledged these points and appraised the title positively from that perspective.


“Every platform” also includes the Nintendo Switch. Will Nintendo confirm that the game will be coming to their new console soon? Hopefully , e will learn more in the next Nintendo Direct. Stay tuned as we give you all the highlights!


Slimzz is a DJ & Gamer by night, IMGMR's Senior Editor and PR by day. He loves to break the meta in his own way, and discover new and engaging games.

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