Playerunknown's Battlegrounds is coming to Xbox One. The next step in that process is getting the game onto the Game Preview Program in December. In anticipation of this, many have been wondering how the game will differ on the Xbox One.
Game designer Brendan Greene talked with Gamesradar about this at the 2017 Golden Joystick Awards. "From all the fans I've met that have played at the various conventions, they've felt it really natural, and it feels like pretty much the same experience as PC," He said. "So they're very happy with it."
While at the Golden Joystick Awards, PUBG managed to go home with the Best Multiplayer Game award and the Best PC Game Award.
Greene was humble about the awards they'd won, but also stated that his team truly worked for it.
"We take it as a vote of confidence," Greene explained. "We have a great plan for all we want to do with the game, and yeah, we have our ups and downs, but in general the team are so committed to just finishing the game. And awards like this and the numbers that we see are just kind of a vote of confidence in that. And it really inspires the team to work that much harder."
Playerunknown's Battlegrounds is available now on PC, with the Xbox One Game Preview version releasing in December.