Very soon now, PlayStation 4 people will get to feast on chicken dinners of their very own.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, aka PUBG, will at long last makes it PS4 debut on Dec. 7. The game, which set off the whole “battle royale” craze and unquestionably inspired Fortnite, had previously been released for Windows, Xbox One, and Android/iOS.
Pre-orders for the PS4 version of PUBG open on Nov. 13, with the game available in three different bundles. All three options come with bonus incentives that will no longer be available for purchase once the game is released in December.
The $30 “Digital Looter’s Edition” includes the game, a Nathan Drake “skin set,” a backpack that looks like Ellie’s from The Last of Us, “The Unknown” avatar (I don’t know what that is, sorry), and a PS4 dashboard theme based on PUBG‘s Miramar map. The Drake and Ellie skins are also included as pre-order bonuses for the on-disc version of the game.
The next step up from there is the “Digital Survivor’s Edition,” a $60 package that gets you everything from the Looter’s Edition along with 20,000 Battle Points (currency earned in-game) and an event pass for the game’s upcoming Winter Map. The top-tier “Digital Champion’s Edition,” a $90 purchase gives you all of that, plus 6,000 G-Coins (in-game currency that you can buy with real money).
There’s also a PlayStation exclusive parachute, a day one bonus included with all versions of the game.
Once the release happens on Dec. 7, all of those pre-order packages will go away. From then on, PUBG for PS4 will be available either as a download or on disc for $30, just like the Windows and Xbox versions.
PUBG on PS4, people. Get hype.