This year’s The Game Awards gala wasn’t just full of announcements and presentations of upcoming games. There were also announcements about previously released productions. For example, we’re talking about PUBG: Battlegrounds (formerly known as Playerunknown’s battlefieldswhich, considering the acronym for this title was PUBG, makes the new name a little … weird). Well, as Krafton announced during the event, From January 12th, this once popular network shooter will be converted to a free-to-play model based on the battle royale mode.
If you’ve already paid for this title and at this point felt cheated, the developers are by PUBG: battlefields Have prepared compensation – Not only will you have access to all cosmetic items and other attractions, but also ranked and custom gameplay. Free-to-play players who want to take advantage of these attractions must pay extra, specifically $ 12.99.
PUBG: battlefields is available for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One (as well as PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X / S as part of backward compatibility).