There are certain games that have the magical Minecraft effect. A game that comes from nowhere and, pretty much overnight, becomes one of the biggest games of all time. PUBG started life over on Steam before very soon selling over 20 million copies, making it the biggest selling game on that platform. Now it’s hoping to do the same on Xbox. 
Available right now on Xbox One for £24.99 is Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds – a game in which a hundred players get parachuted into a map 8km by 8km at different spawn points across the region, before then racing against time to craft and plan strategies. Because you see, after that the game is then a big last man standing deathmatch based on the film franchise, Battle Royale. As things progress the map gets smaller and the battlegrounds get more intimate until the last player is left alive.
Players can play solo or with teams up to four players to try and be the best and be the last one standing.
Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds may have arrived on Xbox One in preview form, but it’s still going to sell like hotcakes and I would think it’s one of those games that everyone will want to have a taste of. If you agree, and can’t leave the hype train alone, then get over to the Microsoft Store immediately. 
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GAME DETAILS
From the makers of the best-selling PC phenomenon, PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS drops players into a competitive survival battle where you’ll engage in a heart-racing fight to be the last player left alive. Loot supplies, find weapons and gear-up to take on the competition. Emerge the lone survivor in a thrilling game experience full of unexpected, adrenaline-pumping moments.
  
PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS is a last-one-standing shooter being developed with community feedback. Game is unfinished and work in progress.
Xbox One Console Exclusive
Xbox One X Enhanced 
Parachute onto a massive remote island with nothing but your wits and the clothes on your back.
 
Defeat every player on the map to earn your bragging rights as the last player left standing.
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