PUBG PS4 Version Rated in Korea

Some fairly robust indicators level to PUBG coming to the PS4 within the close to future. 

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Twitter user Nibel appears to be the primary particular person to identify a web page on a Korean ranking board web site that means a PS4 model of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has been submitted for overview. The ranking board has categorised the sport as “not for youth,” which is fairly according to the Western model of the sport’s ranking. Beyond that, it doesn’t reveal extra details about the port or counsel when will probably be launched for Sony’s console. 

If you are all of the sudden questioning how this might be potential when PUBG was launched on Xbox One as an unique, it appears that evidently the deal Bluehole made with Microsoft did not assure that it could stay an Xbox unique endlessly. In truth, IGN is noting that Bluehole and Microsoft could have reached an settlement to increase the sport’s exclusivity past the initially agreed upon date. 

It’s additionally been reported that Bluehole could have been in talks with Sony relating to the potential of a PUBG port earlier than their cope with Microsoft was executed. That could counsel that they have been engaged on a port within the background in order that they have been able to launch it across the time that their cope with Microsoft expired. 

The query now could be whether or not or not PUBG will discover a sizeable viewers on the PS4. On PC, PUBG has been dropping gamers to Fortnite and different opponents, however the builders have remained dedicated to updating it and making main adjustments that can repair the sport’s lingering technical points. On the Xbox One, although, PUBG stays in a considerably tough state. It’s not almost as characteristic wealthy because the PC model, and the builders by no means actually discovered tips on how to make the sport’s interface really feel pure on a controller. 

On high of that, you’ve got acquired Fortnite dominating the world (despite the fact that that recreation has its personal issues on PS4) and the upcoming arrival of Call of Duty‘s distinctive Blackout mode (which is actually a extra console-friendly tackle the PUBG idea). 

Still, will probably be fascinating to see PUBG on the world’s hottest console. 

Matthew Byrd is a employees author for Den of Geek. He spends most of his days making an attempt to pitch deep-dive analytical items about Killer Klowns From Outer Space to an more and more perturbed sequence of editors. You can learn extra of his work right here or discover him on Twitter at @SilverTuna014

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