PUBG Corp. CEO wants to see PUBG launch on 'every platform'

PUBG Corp. CEO wants to see PUBG launch on 'every platform'

PUBG Corp. CEO wants to see PUBG launch on 'every platform'

Interestingly enough, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds isn't sitting at the top of the lists you'd assume it would be.

"Bluehole and Microsoft have some serious work to do if they want to bring the Xbox One PUBG up to scratch".

[I] t's going to be an exclusive title on Xbox One for some time, we'd like to focus on completing the Xbox One PUBG for now. A mock-up ad they made for the Xbox One release of PUBG was seemingly lifted, slightly altered, and used as an official ad for the game.

Steam is leading the pack with a fascinating peek behind its typically-impenetrable curtain, offering up lists of 2017's best-selling games, top new releases and games that boasted the highest number of simultaneous players. Along with the many best-of lists (such as our own roundups of 2017's best PC games, best Xbox One games and best Nintendo Switch games), the big digital storefronts are rolling out their own analyses of how games fared over the a year ago. After launching on Steam Early Access earlier in 2017, the game has now crossed 3 million active players on Steam. However, PS is very strict about this. "There were cases where a game took six months more to launch even when it was already completed", Kim explained.

PlayStation does not have an equivalent service, so the game will not hit that platform until it is "done" on Xbox One.

It's not clear what game Han Kim is referring to in this instance, but the CEO added that the studio is still learning how to develop for consoles, and beginning to understand console gamers' tastes. "Our dream is to build a new game-based culture through various ways like this, and have the lead of that culture", stated Kim.

You can read the full, wide-ranging interview here at InvenGlobal. That means that PUBG would have to be finished and ready to go before it launched on the PlayStation 4.

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