After their teaming announcement at E3, we are getting a lot closer to a full PUBG release on Xbox One. Microsoft has been lurking around by staying quiet about PUBG all this time, but one day they have to speak. That day has finally come, as Microsoft has spoken about the release of PUBG on their very known Xbox One Platform.
Aaron’s Greenberg, head of Xbox Games Marketing at Microsoft, has tweeted out that PUBG will come on Xbox One this holiday, which is quite exciting for all the Xbox One Players.
— Aaron Greenberg (@aarongreenberg) October 11, 2017
After their strong partnership and the continuation of the same, they have finally found a way of finishing the game. However, the game might not come holding the original title “Playerunknown;’s Battlegrounds”. Instead, it will contain the full reference “Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds – The Ultimate Life & Death Fight“. We have seen this title appearing in some of the Bluehole’s official pictures and trailers, but has never been used before.
What’s most important is that Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds will be coming out to Xbox One and we should not care about any further details around the name. It will be tough to manage, and the extended partnership between Bluehole and Microsoft could’ve been because of that. Since Microsoft confirms that it will be launched over this holiday, that means that the game is ready, is all about the polishing and preparing of the full launch.
I mean, let’s be honest, it’s the biggest game that has ever existed in the world of gaming. After beating Dota 2’s all-time concurrent players record, there’s nothing else to expect rather than a full pack of addicts choking PUBG’s servers all around the world. As much as it sounds funny it also sounds terrifying. As a multiplayer shooter game, PUBG is the first one achieving such a recognizable milestone.