PUBG Bombarded With Over 15000 Negative Reviews Following In-Game Ads

PUBG Bombarded With Over 15000 Negative Reviews Following In-Game Ads

PUBG Bombarded With Over 15000 Negative Reviews Following In-Game Ads

That's according to a new report from Bloomberg, citing "people familiar with the matter" who say Microsoft is now in talks with the game's creators to keep it exclusive to the Xbox One for longer than usual.

Bloomberg contacted a Microsoft spokesperson for some official word on this new development, but the spokesperson declined to comment on the matter - "Right now, the team is exclusively focused on bringing the best game possible to Xbox One and PC". The game is scheduled to drop on Xbox later this year, and it is speculated that it could be exclusive until the middle of next year or perhaps longer.

With PUBG still slated for a full release by the end of 2017, it looks like the team at Bluehole has its hands full with ongoing development on top of trying to keep up with the game's increasing popularity. According to Bloomberg, Microsoft is looking at extending the deal to account for a longer exclusivity period. We recently read an article on Bloomberg stating that Sony is in talks with Bluehole to bring PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds to PlayStation 4 as soon as possible.

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Previously it's been revealed that the company are pursuing both options, but that was before PlayerUnknown himself, Brendan Greene, appeared at the Xbox conference at E3 earlier this year to reveal that the game would be landing on Xbox One as a "console exclusive". In the meantime, Microsoft will be free to gain as much revenue as the title allows with no fear of competition.

Bluehole and Microsoft didn't respond to a request for comment on the extended exclusivity talks as of publishing. As stated before, Bluehole has made a considerable amount of money just from the Steam version alone, and only stands to make more by expanding to multiple platforms.

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