PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) will finally be released on the Xbox One platform later this month. But although Xbox One players can't get their hands on the game just yet, they will be able to purchase some cosmetic DLC before the game launches. The remaining two packs - the PUBG Accessory Pack and PUBG Tracksuit Pack - will release on December 14th and 21st respectively, for $4.99.
Microsoft explains that these are the only in-game purchases that will be available for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds players while the game is part of the Xbox Game Preview program.
I feel like I shouldn't have to append this piece with a warning, but I also feel like Xbox Australia might have underestimated how fucking bonkers some of you PUBG fans are so, please, best behaviour okay? Ahead of the game's launch, the team behind the gamer are showcasing what kinds of exclusive gear Xbox players will have access to.
Bluehole's massively popular battle royale title, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG), has only had a single map, Erangel, since its inception.
Check out the map of Miramar below as well as some new screenshots. The gameplay on offer is highly replayable, but with only a single map and game mode, more content is still to come before the final release.
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is now in early access on PC, but it will have its full release later this month.
PUBG arrives on Xbox One Game Preview on December 12.
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