PUBG cross-platform 2019 information hasn’t developed much since its original announcement at the Inside Xbox Gamescom presentation. Here’s what we know so far about the feature, including when it’s set to arrive and which players will be able to partake.

I think it would be fun to have cross platform for pubg. Most people probably will say otherwise but bringing together the community even equals more tournament and more money to be spread out to more players.

— SoupPUBG (@SoupPubg) September 3, 2019

PUBG Cross Platform 2019: Everything You Need to Know

PUBG cross-platform play has long been a desire in the game’s community, but the feature seemed unlikely until mid-August, when PUBG Corp revealed it at Gamescom. There, PUBG Corp shared scant few details about how things would work.

To date, it appears PUBG will be playable across Xbox One and PlayStation 4, while PC and mobile will be excluded. Players also likely won’t be able to squad up across platforms, with cross-platform interaction limited to matching up through the game’s queue.

PUBG Corp plans to begin testing crossplay on the PUBG test servers in late September, with a live release in early October. The developer has yet to announce specific dates for the tests.

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