PUBG Crossplay Announced For PlayStation 4 And Xbox One
The past few years in gaming have seen the battle royale craze become one of the biggest fixations in the industry. While Fortnite currently reigns as the big battle royale on campus, it owes a great deal to PUBG for kicking off the more current iteration of battle royale fandom. One thing that gave Fortnite a boost past PUBG was Epic Games’ big push for cross-platform play. Fortnite fans on console finally were able to play with their friends on PC, while PUBG fans remained isolated. Now, it seems PUBG crossplay is finally coming to rescue these lonely players.
The upcoming PUBG crossplay functionality was disclosed in a new Xbox Wire blog post. The big focus of the blog post is to provide details about the 4th PUBG Season Pass coming in August 27th. However, the blog post ends with the confirmation that crossplay between Xbox One and PS4 users is indeed coming, as this was the most requested feature for console owners.
When this functionality is added, players across both PS4 and Xbox One will be able to compete in 100 player matches with improved wait times. Xbox One and PS4 users will be able to test the crossplay functionality on a PUBG Public Test Server in late September, with a go-live date planned for early October. It will come as a great relief to console PUBG players longing to be united with their friends on other consoles in the pursuit of the righteous chicken dinner. Hopefully, someday, PUBG comes to Nintendo Switch to get all three consoles in the great frying pan of PUBG.
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