Cross-console play is becoming more of a norm, finally, and the latest game to bring together the opposing troops in the console wars is PUBG, which will be allowing PS4 and Xbox One players to play together in the near future.
The announcement comes with the news that players will be able to test the new cross-play feature a little earlier if they’re happy to play on the PTS (public test servers) which will be hosting the cross-play feature towards the end of September, before being fully rolled out to all players in October.
It’s been a long time coming but better late than never, right? This should at least guarantee a decent player base for the foreseeable future. Wouldn’t be PUBG if you couldn’t find 99 other players to play against, would it?
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