Popular battle royale game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has officially released as a full game on Xbox One.
Previously, the game was classed as an Xbox Game Preview, to reflect the fact that the game was technically still in beta. However, an update released on Tuesday, September 4 titled the Full Product Release 1.0 Update officially ended that.
The update is free to anyone who already owns the Xbox Game Preview version of PUBG, with the full version of the game costing $29.99 for anyone who doesn’t already own it. The game will be available both digitally and as a physical disc in participating retailers.
The update also includes the release of the new Sanhok map on Xbox One. Not included is the War mode, or custom games, as PUBG Corp wants to give players time to fully try each new item.
Also included in the update is the Sanhok Event Pass. The Event Pass gives players an opportunity to unlock new rewards and challenges for completing missions and levelling up.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds was first released as a Game Preview back in December 2017, and players who have supported the game since release on Xbox One will get exclusive character skins to thank them for their support.
With a new map, and the game now in full release, it’s time to pick up your controller and try and get that chicken dinner!
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