How Bad is PUBG on the Original Xbox One & One S vs

Brendan Greene

Image caption Brendan Greene is the brains behind PubG

As part of a holiday promotion, Microsoft will give a copy of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds to everyone that buys the Xbox One X from December 17 through December 31, in select regions.

The game is already off to a strong start: Over 1 million people played the game in the first 48 hours of availability.

We chose to capture some footage of PUBG on Xbox One, One S and One X and compare them with one another to see just how bad PUBG ran on the original Xbox One. While it is now unknown when this feature will launch in PUBG, the official launch date on PC is looming ever closer.

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Osweiler, who had completions of 22 and 17 yards on the drive, eventually scored on an 18-yard scramble up the middle. It might not matter if Osweiler continues to play as well as he did against the reeling Colts (3-11).

In related news, Steam has shown that the PC version of the game has 3 million concurrent players. You find weapons and other tools in buildings; the map becomes smaller as time moves on, which forces people to fight one another.

The Xbox One X version performs slightly better, with improved textures and draw distances. The money-making part is in selling games.

The "most powerful console on the market" to date is now available for $499, and is comparable to that of a decent professional gaming PC. Its release on console has been highly anticipated, and will remain an Xbox One exclusive for the foreseeable future. "PUBG" is launching in Xbox Game Preview, which enables fans to preview and purchase work-in-progress digital titles, participate in the development process and help developers make Xbox One games the best they can be. As if PUBG wasn't enough of a reason to get onboard the latest Microsoft hype train, the Xbox One X continues on the tradition of over 400 times included in their backwards compatibility program, including original Xbox Games.

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