That's why Microsoft is looking to take advantage of the PUBG phenomenon and looking to use it to push a few new Xbox One X units.
While we have a yet to see some official Xbox One X bundles, it's interesting to see that Microsoft has chosen PUBG (which is still in preview) to promote the world's most powerful console. That's the version of the Xbox One that's capable of powering "native" 4K/HDR games and movies - the version of the Xbox One you should only buy if you already own or are planning to buy a 4K/HDR-capable television. The limited time offer will be available in select regions starting Sunday, December 17 through December 31.
UN Syria envoy urges 'courage'
The Syrian government lead negotiator Bashar Ja'afari however, said that it was not possible to talk to the opposition. The eighth and latest round of peace talks ended in Geneva with little more than hope for a new round in January.
The Xbox players are finally getting the sweet taste of the Battle-royale gameplay as PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has been released for the Xbox One. There were moments when the game hit around 10FPS on both consoles and neither the Xbox One X or the Xbox One could hold a constant 30FPS for an extended period. PUBG is definitely a fun game, but it's clearly not the best title to showcase the 6 teraflops of computing power available in Microsoft's new console.
PUBG's faithful PC base will be happy to know that Xbox One users aren't the only ones to receive good news, as some new details have emerged about the game's release out of early access.