PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has become one of the biggest success stories of 2017 – launching via Steam's Early Access program and soon climbing the charts as one of the biggest names in PC gaming. Microsoft recently picked up the title as a console launch exclusive too, with an Xbox One release on track for later this year via its Xbox Game Preview program.

Microsoft recently unveiled that PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is now on track for December 12, delivering an in-progress version on console prior to its final release. It now appears that preorders for the physical version of the game are now live on the Microsoft Store, priced at $29.99. While preorders for the digital version are yet to surface, it's safe to assume these will shortly follow.

On the Microsoft Store listing, the firm is keen to tout the scope of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds on Xbox One, with the same 100-player combat seen in the PC version. The Xbox One X version is another key focus, with 4K and HDR among the expected visual enhancements on the console.

It should be noted that according to the store listing, the game box contains a "digital token card." It's not clear if this mean's the game's retail release simply contains a code to download the game online or whether this refers to the exclusive cosmetic bonus content offered to Xbox One players.

While a direct digital download will also be available for Xbox One, the store listing doesn't currently appear to be live. However, if you're looking to get your hands on a boxed copy (or as a holiday gift), preorders can now be placed below.

See at Microsoft Store