PUBG Announced For Xbox Series X and PS5: As announced earlier, PUBG will be available right on time for the launch of the new consoles for the PS5 and the Xbox Series X/S. As a part of the announcement, the developers at the PUBG Corp also did enclose the future plans of their most successful battle royal shooter PlayerUnknown’s Battleground.
According to the studio, the game will be available for the new consoles, as mentioned earlier and this means the future owners of the Xbox Series X and S can enjoy the game on November 10. As for the Playstation 5 players, they will have to wait until November 12, 2020. This announcement for the new generation of consoles is rounded off by various technical details and on the other hand it is said that the title will also run on both PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series X a smooth 60 fps.
On the Xbox Series S, users will have to come to terms with a display in 30 FPS and in addition to that the support for cross-play is also confirmed. Now, this means, all the console players, including PS4, Ps5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Xbox Series S can rump around the battlefield and compete against players on other consoles.
They have further added that the Xbox Series X will leverage the Xbox One X game build and the game will run at 60 FPS by priority option. And as for the PlayStation 5, it will leverage the PlayStation 4 Pro build by selecting the Framerate priority option.
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