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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 01:45pm 12/12/17 | 1 Comments
The current lack of local servers mean that matchmaking is still a matter of waiting for the roll-out to complete, and will no doubt be a bit laggy. Hey, just like PUBG on PC until recently. But even so, we're here! PUBG on console. The time is nigh. Happy holidays and chicken dinners for everyone.



Xbox's Major Nelson posted the following:

To prepare you for your jump onto the island, we wanted to share the exact times the game will be available on Xbox One across the world. As with all multiplayer games – especially those with 100 person matches – as more players and servers come online around the globe, the shorter wait times will become and the faster you’ll be able to get into matches – so players in New Zealand and Australia, be patient!


Which is in reference to the came being playable for local audiences right now. We're currently in the process of installing PUBG on our trusty Xbox One X so stay tuned for impressions. On the X the game supports both 4K and HDR - which is pretty cool. Note that like the PC version the Xbox One release of PUBG is considered Early Access.



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KostaAndreadis
Posted 03:16pm 12/12/17
Just played a round... had a couple of network pauses... but worked ok for the most part... got a few kills too which is nice
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