Today, PUBG has launched the new 6×6 Vikendi map on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One alongside Survivor Pass: Vikendi, which rewards players for completing… Continue Reading PUBG: 6×6 Vikendi Map Now Available on PS4 and Xbox One
While some of us optimists were certain of its arrival to Sony’s platform, PUBG Corporation has officially announced that PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) will be… Continue Reading PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds PUBG Coming To PS4 Confirmed
Welcome to Mini Royale! Sanhok, the new 4x4km PUBG map inspired by the islands of Southeast Asia and designed for speedier combat, is now… Continue Reading New Map: SANHOK Now Available for PUBG on PC
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has reached the impressive milestone of more than 50 million units sold across both the PC and Xbox One family of consoles… Continue Reading PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Surpasses 50 Million Copies Sold on Xbox One and PC
Rumor has it that Microsoft is on the hunt to acquire a big fish. While PUBG would not be that significant of a grab… Continue Reading Microsoft Acquiring EA Makes Xbox A Dangerous Competitor, But will it Happen?
As speculation surrounding the exclusivity of the uber popular battle royale shooter, which is currently available for PC and Xbox One platforms known as… Continue Reading PUBG Developers Eyeing The PS4, However Sony’s Restrictions Demand Better Performance
Epic has taken a chapter out of the PUBG playbook by announces that the next Fortnite update will introduce Battle Royale, the new, 100-player… Continue Reading Fortnite Introduces New Battle Royale PvP Mode – Join The Public Test Now
Bluehole, Inc., announced today that that as of September 1, PlayerUnknown’s Battleground or PUBG for short has now sold over 10 million copies since… Continue Reading PlayerUnknown’s Battleground Set New Milestone with 10 Million Copies Sold
Lead editor Derrick Smith chimes in on Microsoft’s Gamescom 2017 showcase. Looking at how the Xbox One X has been represented with incredible power… Continue Reading GI Weekly Episode #3: Did Microsoft Drop The Ball At Gamescom 2017?