PUBG will now come to next-gen consoles from the day of their release, with an option to play it at 60 FPS.
PUBG is one of the most popular online multiplayer battle royale genre titles. Since its arrival, it has revolutionized the gaming industry, becoming the third most-played video game title of all time. Now, reports have confirmed that the game will allow players to play the game in new fifth-generation consoles such as PS5 and Xbox Series X and S.
PUBG: Hit title’s humble start
PUBG is an online multiplayer battle royale game, where 100 random players waiting to play on a server are picked and put in an airplane to an island. These players should parachute themselves to parts of the island they wish to land.
After landing, they should collect weapons and medicine for their survival. They should fight other players or their squads with their own and should move to the designated safe zones. After players are pushed into safe zones, they must fight with other players and be the last one surviving in the game.
PUBG came from the publisher PUBG Corporation and saw the game became a huge success. Players worldwide gave positive feedback for the game’s effects such as graphics, fast-paced, and player interaction mechanics.
PUBG Corporation sold 70 million copies of the game for PC and consoles. The game became had the most number of concurrent players on Steam in 2017.
PUBG for next-gen?
Now, reports have affirmed that PUBG will come to next-gen consoles from day one of their releases. The makers have stated that the players can keep their game account in the previous-gen consoles to the next-gen ones.
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PUBG will run smoothly on 60 FPS in the next-gen consoles such as PS5 and Xbox Series X. Thanks to the game’s build for PS4 Pro, the game will run without any frame drops.
Possibility of Series S and 60 FPS
Xbox Series X will run efficiently, but Series S will not be able to run it. Plans to run it in the console may be in development.
PUBG will support cross-platform play, cross-progression, and cross-generation multiplayer gameplays. This is seen as a welcoming move from the company in the world of gaming with people using multiple ecosystems and devices to play online games.
PUBG is now available to play on Android, iOS, Stadia, PS4, Xbox One. Versions for Xbox series X and S and PS5 will come on Nov. 10 and 12, respectively.
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