After proclaiming an international pre-order, PUBG for PS4 finally has an Indian price for multiple releases. All digital versions of PUBG PS4 – PUBG Looter's Edition, PUBG Survivor's Edition and PUBG Champion's Edition now have India, which is not so far from what we initially speculated and are now available for pre-order. The PS4 release of PUBG marks the end of the annual Xbox One exclusivity. There is currently no PUBG on the disc. It seems that PUBG developer PUBG Corp does not have a presence in India, they are likely to have distribution fees on Sony India. Gadgets 360 contacted the company and will update this story if we hear from her. That said, here's what you get when you pre-order the PUBG PS4 digitally.
PUBG PS4 India price and issue
- PUBG Looter Digital Edition
Includes: Base Game for Rs. 2.750
- PUBG Survivor's Digital Edition
Includes: Base Game, Event Pass Week, 2,300 G-Coin Pack, 20,000 BP for Rs. 2.750
- PUBG Champion's Digital Edition
Includes: Base Game, Event Pass Week, 6000 G-Coin Pack, 20,000 BP for Rs. 3.999
It's strange that PUBG Survivor's and Looter's Edition have the same price. It may be a mistake in the part of Sony, which will soon be eliminated. It was said that it is great that this battle of the royal game is available on several platforms and hopefully its launch is less wrong than it was on the computer and the Xbox One. If you were wondering whether you need to use your credit or debit card at the India PS store, it's not afraid, Sony recently made India's pre-paid India PS Store available for purchase.
In an interview with South Korean InvenGlobal last year, PUBG President Chang Chang Han Han Kim told this about PUBG and where he would like to play:
"I want PUBG to become a universal media franchise based on the game. We want to participate in various industries, including e-sports, movies, dramas, cartoons, animation, etc. In fact, we received some calls from a number of developers in Hollywood and Netflix. Our dream is to create a new culture based on the game in various ways, such as this, and to guide this culture. "
During this time, he let it slip exclusively on the Xbox One for a while, revealing how Sony keeps the quality.
"As the exclusive title of the Xbox One will take some time, we want to focus on completing the Xbox One PUBG. If we have the opportunity, the ultimate goal would be to start the title on each platform," he said.
"Early access to Steam and preview of games on the Xbox One is similar to pre-broadcast, so they do not have a quality limit, but the PS is very strict about this. There have been cases where the game lasted for six months when it was finished, we are still in the stage of learning the environment for the console and console players. After the first evaluation and completion of the Xbox One, we have to think about other platforms. "
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