The massively multiplayer online title that took the Steam community by storm this March will make its way to the Xbox One. During Microsoft’s Xbox briefing at E3 2017, Xbox head honcho Phil Spencer and PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds designer Brendan Greene announced that the game will arrive on the Xbox One as a console exclusive.
Spencer and Green ushered in an intense trailer announcing the impending arrival of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds to the Xbox One system. The clip warns that PUBG fans should prepare for the greatest showdown yet in a last-man-standing shooter.
As they fight against 100 other players in a Battle Royale-style conflict, gamers must fine-tune their tactical approaches, venture to locate and secure weapons, hoard supplies, and trek across the massive eight kilometers by the eight-kilometer island to emerge from the battle as the sole survivor.
The clip also features all sorts of PUBG goodness, shown off in crystal-clear resolution. Players can drive their rovers down valleys, scooping back up a grassy hill; dodge bullets on a rainy bridge; sneak through seemingly abandoned warehouses and bunkers; or bob and weave through the all-too-quiet wilderness. And they can do it all in native 4K resolution when PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds hits the Xbox One.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is slated to arrive on the Xbox One in late 2017. The title is currently available on March 23, 2017, through Steam Early Access.