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Well, that's the thinking. In a new behind the scenes article on the massive success of PUBG over at Bloomberg, Bluehole, Inc. founder Chang Byung-gyu confirms that the company has been in talks with all the major console companies about bringing the game to a wider audience. And by major we assume that's Microsoft and Sony.

Makes perfect sense.

This means that even though PUBG will be an Xbox One exclusive when it launches later this year, it will be a timed exclusive. As for how long we currently do not know, but we'd say that it would be at least six months. The Bloomberg specifically mentions that Bluehole are in talks with Sony to bring PUBG to the console after the launch of the Xbox One version. Here's hoping that whenever that happens we get cross-play between both console versions.

It's an interesting article that also touches on the meteoric rise of both the title and the studio, so be sure to check it out.



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