PUBG on Xbox One - Oceanic Servers Now Available

PUBG on Xbox One - Oceanic Servers Now Available

As such, despite its rocky launch, PUBG on the console has reached one million players in just 48 hours.

Today, a new patch has landed that aims to iron out plenty of PUBG's flaws.

Bluehole and PUBG Corp. are preparing to release version 1.0 of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds on PC on December 20, finally bringing the game out of Early Access.

In what they're calling a "first pass", this first patch should improve performance in the game for Xbox One players. If you've been using Sony's PlayStation 4, see more details about the release date of this game and more for it. Minkonet, based in Seoul, will be building the custom replay settings so that players can get playback of a previous encounter or in-game feat, while the same technology will power a more robust spectating feature for viewers of e-sports contests and Twitch live streamers. The map, called "Miramar", has been getting a good feedback, especially from those who have played the game since day one.

"It's the start of the road on console for us", Greene added in a tweet. It's the most popular video game on Steam, and Microsoft is hoping this title will garner a huge fanbase on its console. You can read the full patch notes on the PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds official forums here. This will attract even more players to the game so we expect it to reach even bigger milestones in the future for both Xbox One and PC. Here's what we now know regarding a release date for the desert map in PUBG on Xbox One. Make sure to let us know your thoughts in the comments.