It was reported recently that PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds or PUBG would finally be released for the PlayStation 4 in December. The report was completely accurate. Sony has confirmed the PUBG PS4 release date and price today. The wait will soon be over for those who have long been waiting for this title on the PlayStation 4.

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds was released for the Xbox One last year. It’s available on PC as well while a mobile version is available for iOS and Android. The title was a timed exclusive for the Xbox which is why it didn’t launch for the PS4 last year. Microsoft has taken some steps recently to keep PUBG fans on its platform which were also an indication of the impending PS4 launch.

Sony confirmed today that PUBG for PS4 will arrive on December 7th. The base game is going to cost $30 on the console. A “survivor’s edition” will be offered as well for $50 while a “champion’s edition” will cost $80. Both include bonus G-Coin, additional in-game rewards, and more.

PUBG for PS4 gets the Miramar, Erangel, and Sanhok maps. It comes with all of the major features already available on PC and Xbox One. PUBG also supports HDR on the PlayStation 4 Pro. Pre-orders are open for the title starting today.

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