PlayerUnknown’s Battleground has been a massive success on PC and Xbox One, despite the rough launch on the Xbox One. It seems that the CEO of PUBG Corp isn’t satisfied and wants the game on as many platforms as possible. Chang Han Kim, CEO of PUBG Corp, reemphasized that the game will be exclusively available on Xbox One “for some time,” but revealed that part of the reason why it hit Xbox One first is that of Game Preview. Microsoft will gladly offer in-development games on the store, the same way Steam has been doing with Early Access. Sony, on the other hand, will not. “Early Access on Steam and Game Preview on Xbox One are like pre-release, so they don’t have a restriction on quality. However, [PlayStation] is very strict about this. There were cases where a game took six months more to launch even when it was already completed.” On Xbox One the game reached 1 million players but was harshly criticized for being a glitchy mess. However, Bluepoint has been steadily releasing patches to stability the game and add new features. PUBG is also getting a mobile release in China. If PUBG does become available on PS4 Microsoft may lose out as the Xbox One doesn’t have a strong exclusive library compared to the PlayStation 4.