PUBG has been available on Windows PC and Xbox One since 2017. While there may be slight differences between the versions of the game, one of the primary goals at PUBG Corp. this year has been to unify the game across platforms, studio head Brian Corrigan told Polygon in an interview.
“The core of the game has been compiling on PS4 since the beginning of the year and we put a small team on making sure we kept up the PS4 build on the latest [version of] the other console build,” said Corrigan. “So as the company has grown and we got some traction on Xbox it was time to move to the PS4 ... Once we got Xbox to a place we were happy with, we figured we could focus on a PS4 release too.”
The PS4 version of PUBG will retail for $29.99, just like the PC and Xbox One versions, and is available for preorder — which will get you a special set of PS4 exclusives outfits — starting today.