PUBG PS4 Version Differences & Buying Guide
Let the battle royale begin.
It took a while, but PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has finally landed on PS4. The PS4 version includes most of the content the other versions contain, although custom matches and event mode will be arriving later. Publisher PUBG Corp. also notes that "map and mode selection will be turned on after servers fill up to a suitable population that can support these features." You can find more details on the PUBG PS4 FAQ.
If you're a PS4 owner who's been jonesing to see what all the fuss is about with this blockbuster battle royale game, you might be wondering where you can get it and what bonus goodies you can expect. Read on, and all your questions will be answered.
Pre-Order PUBG PS4 Disc Edition
This version comes on a disc. That you can put on your shelf. That's all.
- Buy from Amazon -- $30
- Buy from Best Buy -- $30
- Buy from GameStop -- $30
- Buy from Newegg -- $30
- Buy from Target -- $30
Pre-Order PUBG PS4 Digital Editions
There are no bells and whistles with this version, but it comes with the most important part: the game.
- Buy the Standard Edition -- $30
Starter Pack Bundle
Sony is offering three digital editions of the game on PSN. The Starter Pack Bundle comes with 1,600 G-Coins and the Brown Hat Ranger Skin Set.
- Buy the Starter Pack Bundle -- $40
The Survivor's Edition costs an additional $20, and includes everything from the Starter Pack Bundle Edition, as well as the Vikendi Event Pass, 2,300 G-Coins, and 20,000 BP.
- Buy the Survivor's Edition -- $50
The Champion's Edition costs $10 more than the Survivor's Edition and comes with all the same items, except it includes 6,000 G-Coins rather than 2,300.
- Buy the Champion's Edition -- $60
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