One of the games that trended the most this year was undoubtedly PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG). The game was launched on several gaming consoles and is finally arriving on Steam. The PUBG’s Early Access version is going to begin shortly. Apart from this, PUBG 1.0 is already in the making. The game developer announced the release date of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) at the official The Game Awards, 2017 event on December 20.
According to a report by Gadgets 360, the official Twitter PUBG account confirmed the start time and release date for the highly-anticipated PUBG 1.0. Players will receive the opportunity to play the PUBG 1.0, starting December 20 at 11 p.m. PST. The game developer, unfortunately, hasn’t provided any information on the potential specifications that are to arrive.
The game will be compatible with systems that run on operating systems, including 64-bit Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10. The system should at least Intel Core i3-4340 system and graphics processing chip for AMD FX-6300. On the memory front, the system should at least consist of 6GB of RAM along with 30GB of internal storage. A broadband internet connection will do. The system should sport Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 660.
“Off-peak times could last anywhere from 11 to 17 hours. But since this is a widely requested game mode in OCE and SA, we still decided to add it and will be monitoring the situation. If there is less than one session per two hours on average after we add the map selection feature, less popular FPP mode may be closed.
We have made a similar decision regarding FPP mode in another region in the past to remove negative experience for our players. We will keep you posted on the schedule for the update,” the developer said.