Some good news for PlayStation 4 owners looking to play PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, as a new report indicates that Bluehole Inc. is currently exploring options to bring the game to the console, most likely after it has been released on Xbox One X. PlayerUnknown himself Brendan Greene recently had an interview with Bloomberg where they go into depth about his past, being a gamer, making the battle royale game and the thought process behind it, along with a few other topics. At one point, the interview chats withBluehole founder Chang Byung-gyu, where the subject of expanding the game is breached with an interesting quote behind it.
Chang says his company has had talks with all of the major console companies about bringing PUBG to a broader audience. Microsoft Corp. will launch the title exclusively on Xbox later this year. Bluehole is in talks with Sony about introducing a version for the PlayStation after that.
So somewhere down the road, after everything with Microsoft is taken care of on their console, it looks like the game will eventually end up in the hands of PS4 owners. We're pretty sure there won't be cross-platform play, but at the very least it will be another audience PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds can get in with and expand their empire.