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Responding to fans on Twitter, the PUBG community manager confirmed that the team had expanded its partnership with Microsoft, which suggests that a PS4 release may never happen."We have expanded the partnership and will be working more closely with the @Xbox team to launch on console faster and will get more support," the community manager told fans.This was followed by: "We have nothing further to announce at this time.controller, thus neither SIXAXIS nor haptic feedback nor its Dual Shock 4-specific features (like the touchpad) are going to work properly, meaning you’re liable to run into compatibility problems with certain games.The other piece to bear in mind is that the Dual Shock 4 can only sync with one device at a time, so if you pair with your PS3, you’ll have to re-pair with your PS4 and vice versa if you frequent both.Similar to games like Day Z, players must gather supplies, armour and weapons in order to defeat other players.
While this will no doubt frustrate fans, it's possible that Bluehole is not allowed to talk about other platforms as part of its deal with Microsoft.
"For anything else - we don't like to answer on behalf of developers, so you'd have to ask Bluehole."I've got a large portion of my team working with them to optimise it and their [Bluehole] focus is entirely on the PC and Xbox, period, to get that done.
Asked to clarify whether PUBG is a timed exclusive or not, Ybarra said: "It's up to Bluehole.
If it's anything like previous deals with the likes of Rise of the Tomb Raider, then Battlegrounds may be absent from PS4 for at least a year.
And just in case you don't know, Battlegrounds takes place on a remote island where 100 players compete to be the sole survivor.
All told, wonderful as the Dual Shock 4 gamepad is (it’s my personal favorite on any platform at the moment), I’m not sure it’s worth the trouble.