Yesterday, developer Bluehole revealed the 2018 roadmap for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds for PC. The studio has slightly different plans on Xbox One though. The roadmap is quite similar, but the focus here is more on performance and stability.
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds just left Early Access on PC and recently launched on Xbox Game Preview. The game has been breaking records ever since it came out and even managed to pass a million players in the first 48 hours on Xbox One.
Today, Microsoft announced that PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds garnered more than 1 million players on Xbox One in its first 48 hours. In celebration of its launch, the publisher is giving away a copy of the game with every Xbox One X.
Ever since PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds was revealed, the developers promised Xbox One X support. While the game runs at native 4K on Xbox One X, it still suffers from significant frame rate issues which plague both versions of the game.
Two of the most popular Battle Royale shooters on the market right now are PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, and Fortnite. These two games are similar, but ultimately offer two different experiences. Here's our analysis of each title.