Fortnite will be one of the next generation launch games, and today it seems that the other popular battle royale game PUBG has joined the list.

As the development team announced today on its official website that its game will support PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series Xs, but it will not be upgraded versions of these devices but will work on them with the pre-compatibility feature. However, you will enjoy some performance improvements.

On the PlayStation 5, there will be a performance mode that can be chosen to play the game at a speed of 60 frames per second, and according to the developer, after testing its performance, the player will be able to enjoy greater graphics and better stability in performance without tire drop, as well as enjoying, of course, less loading times.

On the Xbox Series X, the game will also run at 60 frames through the Framerate Priority option, while the Xbox Series S will run at 30 frames per second. And the team confirmed that it is working to increase this speed in the future.

Also, if you own the game on the current generation devices, you can play it on the new generation at no additional cost, with the support of transferring your progress to the new generation. Also, the joint play feature will be supported even between devices of different generations.

The developer had revealed last July that in less than 3 years, PUBG sales had exceeded 70 million copies worldwide, as we learned at the time that the profits of the mobile version had exceeded $ 3 billion since its launch.