PUBG Coming on Microsoft Xbox Game Pass This November


PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds released March 23, 2017 and on PC Steam platform. The game later entered early access phase on Microsoft Xbox One and released on the console eventually. Here at XO18 event, Microsoft has announced that PUBG will be available to play free if you are Xbox Game Pass owner.

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is coming on Xbox Game Pass on November 12, 2018. Those of you who missed the game, can now play it for free if you are a subscriber of Microsoft Xbox Game Pass.

Xbox Game Pass now costs only $1 to join. If you have never subscribed to Xbox Game Pass, then you are in for a treat. Microsoft has recently announced that it only costs a dollar for new comers to join Xbox Game Pass.

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds even before its official release was a internet sensation. The game’s battle royale mode was pretty much interesting that every player who loves fps shooter genre or even third person, must have played PUBG at some point or other.

PUBG to join Xbox Game Pass comes amidst the talks when we are getting reports of the game to release on PlayStation 4. The game will surely attract a large scale PS4 users, specially the ones who are already playing Fortnite on PS4.

The arrival of PUBG on the PS4 is no surprise since it was expected from a long time that it would be coming. The delay could only mean that the one year Xbox One exclusive deal is nearing its end which allows the game an entrance in the PlayStation world.

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds and Fortnite, both are battle royale games. Each game has its set of pros and cons, highs and lows. For some, they find PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds to be a hardcore battle royale shooter and Fortnite a game for kids. While, for others, the fun level of Fortnite is all that matters.

What are your preferences when it comes to PUBG and Fortnite? Let us know more your thoughts in comments section below.

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