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Sony in talks to have Battlegrounds on PS4 soon

Sony in talks to have Battlegrounds on PS4 soon

"We have nothing further to announce at this time", a spokesperson told Bloomberg. It passed the 10 million units sold mark in September, and just broke the record for concurrent number of steam players, reaching an wonderful 1,645,460 people.

Chinese players are reporting issues with in-game ads, which promote a "game accelerator" VPN service.

Bluehole's baby is under threat, however, from a new raft of rival Battle Royale titles, including a new game mode for Epic Games' free-to-play Fortnite which includes the same 100-player scale as its inspiration.

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"PUBG" is still in production, yet it's already made almost $400 million for Bluehole, the South Korean game company behind it. "Since the end of June, our concurrent player base saw a rapid increase so we started designing a new server architecture". Developer Bluehole has yet to comment. What they are doing to bring down the damage is a third-party exclusive deal - Sony has many of them - Bungie's Destiny 2, Sledgehammer Games' Call of Duty: WWII, and many others.

"It has become increasingly hard to manage servers during peak times", Bluehole said. This strategy hopes to provide more centralized points of contact for players and keep up with the ever-growing needs of the increasingly worldwide player base.

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is this year's breakout hit, taking PC and the streaming community by storm. So yes, they know that PUBG's infrastructure has been troublesome. "Again, we would like to sincerely apologize to all the players who experienced any inconveniences due to server problems or connection errors", the developers wrote. "Our team will not be content with the status quo and will do our best to improve your experience".