PUBG is finally coming to the PS4. At launch, the popular battle royale shooter will feature all three maps, custom matches and everything else currently available on PC and Xbox One. The PUBG PS4 download size is 33.51GB while the PUBG PS4 PTS build, short for Public Test Server, is 37.35GB. Earlier reports suggested that the new snow map might be released alongside PUBG PS4, however, the developer has confirmed the list of maps which will be there on the PS4 version of the game and it only includes the existing Erangel, Miramar and Sanhok maps.
There will be four editions offered. The Disc Edition and Looter’s Edition are just physical and digital versions (respectively) of the base game and will sell for $40. The Survivor’s Edition is $60 and includes the Survival Pass: Vikendi; 2,300 G-Coin Pack; and 20,000 BP. The Champion’s Edition is the same as the Survivor's but bumps the G-Coin up to 6,000. It will sell for $90.
The PUBG Mobile 0.10.0 update is now available in beta for Android and iOS, Tencent confirmed this in a post on Reddit earlier today. Right now, there's no concrete PUBG Mobile 0.10.0 release date. Going by the previous trends, betas have lasted a couple of weeks at the very most before the final release rolled out for all users. There are some interesting additions such as new chat options, enhanced control settings and the MK 47 Mutant gun that's been available on PUBG Xbox One and PC for a while now.