Since it’s release PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds widely known as PUBG have come a long way, taking the world by storm and making the battle royale genre popular amongst gamers. PUBG Corporation, the game’s developer and publisher have carried the game onto popular platforms, making it available for most gamers. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is not a free-to-play videogame. It’s 29.99$ in most platforms.

There are many ways to purchase PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. You can buy it on Steam for PC, PlayStation Store for PS4 and Microsoft Store for Xbox One and X. Although for all these options people need to pay but there are some other ways to get it for free. Not entirely but party free. Some Xbox One’s come with a special edition PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds package. There you will have codes to buy the game for free in Microsoft Store.

This is not the only way that Xbox had offered its players to get PUBG for free. Xbox Live Gold members were able to get the game for free between November 8th-11th, 2018 for the Free Play Days project. You can also purchase Steam codes for PUBG on various websites but we don’t know how reliable these sellers are. It’s best to get PUBG from the official market depending on the platform you want to play at.

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