We'll get a good look at it during The Game Awards 2017 tomorrow evening.
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is obviously the most popular choice in the gaming world right now, so it makes sense that it's getting not one, but two mobile games in China. The Warrior Pack includes four items that can be used to customize your character: a balaclava hat, as well as a camo t-shirt, pants, and tennis shoes. The PUBG Accessory and PUBG Tracksuit packs will follow in short order, becoming available beginning December 14 and December 21 respectively. And finally, there's the $5 PUBG Tracksuit Pack that will be on sale from December 21 until December 24 and appears to offer a pair of white tracksuit trousers with a matching tracksuit jacket.
"These packs are exclusive to Xbox fans as standalone offers available for a limited time and as there are no plans to feature any in-game purchases in the Xbox Game Preview version, are the only items that can be purchased during the preview period", explains Microsoft.
I feel like I shouldn't have to append this piece with a warning, but I also feel like Xbox Australia might have underestimated how fucking bonkers some of you PUBG fans are so, please, best behaviour okay?
Cosmetic exclusivity is a decision that may not go down well with PC players given that fans are the reason for the game's phenomenal success.
For much of the year, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has dominated the conversation on PC and broken all kinds of records, while Xbox One owners only have a few more days left before they too can join the Battle Royale with the game on the Game Preview Program.
The map is named Miramar, and unlike Erangel's very green and woodland environment, the new one is situated in a desert.
We've known that the desert map was coming for a little while now. An Xbox One early access version is scheduled for December 12th.