PUBG’s Season 4 is already out on PC but it hasn’t hit the consoles yet. However, at Gamescom the PUBG Corp had another exciting announcement for console PUBG players.
Cross network play is coming to PUBG on consoles later this year! @Xbox and @PlayStation players will be able to play together from the same matchmaking pool. In the meantime, Erangel arrives on console August 27, so get ready to drop in: https://t.co/5Jsi3dyNqg pic.twitter.com/IqfDMgoWUi
— PUBG (@PUBG) August 19, 2019
PUBG is getting cross-platform play for consoles players. This means that Xbox players will be able to play against or with PlayStation players and vice-versa. This is something that Fortnite already does and has been doing for a while now and it is good to see PUBG catch up.
Sadly, there’s still no word about cross-play between Consoles and PC but maybe that will come after they enable console cross-play. Cross-play will go live on the test servers in late September with a public release in early October.
Season 4 for PUBG on consoles drops on August 27th which will bring with it the updated Erangel map among other things.
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