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PUBG launches on Xbox without War Mode


Bluehole commended the full jump start of PUBG (PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds) 1.0 out of its preview stage on Xbox One by including the little map Sanhok, which appeared on PC back in June, and a unique Event Pass. Sadly, players should sit tight for War Mode, which might be accessible on specific ends of the week and for unique occasions, beginning in mid-September.

Everybody gains admittance to a basic Standard Event Pass, including rewards for finishing missions. The $10 Premium Pass (or 1,000 in-amusement G-Coins) gives more chances to catch cool gear and in the event that you get it late, you’ll retroactively get the bonus loot for levels you’ve hit. There are additionally Sanhok-selective missions just accessible to Premium Pass holders. Proprietors of the Xbox version will likewise have the capacity to purchase item bundles like the Starter Pack and Sanhok Pack, and a variant that joins the last with the base diversion to get new players up to speed.

PUBG is an online multiplayer battle royale game. The last player standing wins the game. It has garnered a lot of praises from the critics for being a revolutionary game in the battle royale genre.

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