“PlayerUnknown’s Battleground” has become one of the most popular video games since it released early this year. Here, you are placed on an island with 90-something other players with only one goal: be the last man standing. Players will be competing in a “battle royale” with various firearms and weapons scattered around the field. While it’s currently only playable on the PC, the game will be coming to the Xbox One X. However, it seems like “PlayerUnknown’s Battleground” might not be exclusive to said console.

Possible PS4 port?

According to Siliconera, the game originally launched back in March as an early access game on Steam.

While the game is still in development, the game has sold over 13 million digital copies. That said, the game will be making its console debut next year on the Xbox One X, but it seems like Bluehole might have plans to bring it over to the PlayStation 4, as per Siliconera.

During a recent interview, Bluehole Founder Chang Byung-gyu talked about talking with other major console companies regarding the game. He specifically mentioned that Sony was one of the companies, meaning there is a chance that the game will be ported over. Strangely enough, it seems like Byung-gyu is also talking to other companies as well. That said, could there be a chance that the “PUBG” will also be brought over to other consoles like the Nintendo Switch?

New company

In other news, PC Gamer reports that the game is now being maintained by a Bluehole subsidiary known as PUBG Corp. This new company will focus solely on the game’s development and “global Business Opportunities.” The Game Development lead, Chang Han Kim, is now the CEO of PUBG Corp. Meanwhile, Woonghee Cho, the former CEO of Maui Games, will join as the COO of the company.

His primary purpose is to “manage global operations” while expanding business development.

Kim stated that the new business structure will allow them to expand their business opportunities, including the highly requested esports scene. That said, the game recently broke a record on Steam for selling 13 million copies. The developers are still hard at work crafting new content for the game.

Just recently, they added a new weather effect, along with another firearm. The game still seems to be far from complete as there are still several bugs in the game. However, "PUBG" may become one of the biggest titles when it finally launches on different platforms. Those who want to play can get a copy for PC.