PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds released back in March as part of Steam’s early access program. Since then, the game has sold over 13 million copies during that time. The battle-royal survival game is set to release on Xbox One later this year as an Xbox Game Preview, with the full release expected sometime in early 2018. But Xbox isn’t the only console that Bluehole is trying to get their game on.
In a new interview with Bloomburg, Bluehole’s founder Chang Byung-gyu revealed that the company is in talks with all major console companies. Chang specifically mentioned that Sony was one of the companies that Bluehole is in talks with, so there’s a possibility we will see the game on the PS4 in the future. However, it’s not clear what was meant when he mentioned “all major console companies”. Could this mean that we could see PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds on more consoles? Only time will tell.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is available for PC.