PUBG Corp. has taken to their forums to announce that Battlegrounds on the Xbox One will be receiving first-person servers in North America and Europe. The Xbox One had 1 million copies sold in its first 48 hours after its launching.
It's hard to argue with success, and debates about its long-term viability aside, the 1.5 million people now playing PUBG certainly indicate that it's doing something right. Hats off to Brendan Greene and Bluehole for their masterpiece. Some players are having trouble finding Squad games with people that speak their language and are being paired with Chinese players, which doesn't sound like a very enjoyable experience at all. So it's safe to say that she is the most successful PC game even in spite of the many shortcomings and problems. The title was a smash in its early access form on PC, breaking plenty of records on its path to sales victory and becoming one of the go-to games for Let's Players and streamers.
It's unclear how many units PUBG has sold, but it's clearly a big hit with Xbox One owners.
PUBG is now a console exclusive on Xbox One, and an important one at that. This is why players with more extra cash for keys can actually make a lot of money selling rare items they obtained.
In an official post, a PUBG Community Coordinator said: "Given the complexity of some of the crashes that have been logged, we know there is still work remaining in order for us to reproduce and address all remaining issues".
The news comes as PUBG gets a huge update on PC. Basically, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds isn't anywhere near finished yet. Though Region Locking China in PUBG doesn't seem like the solution for the developers.
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