Gaming PUBG PS4 Disc Edition Price and Release date Revealed By Somnath Brahma Posted on November 20, 2018 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr PlayerUnknown’s Battleground, better known as PUBG is all set to arrive on PS4 next month. PUBG Corp and Sony have already announced that PUBG for PS4 will be available in disc version along with the digital version globally. However, Sony India is yet to reveal whether the disc edition will be available in India or not. While we are still awaiting a confirmation from Sony India, several retailers talking to the folks at Gadgets360 have revealed the price and availability details of PUBG PS4 disc edition. As per Gadgets360, PUBG PS4 disc will be available in India on December 7, the same day the game is scheduled to release worldwide. It will come with a price tag of Rs 1,999. Sony India will probably distribute the game in the country and we hope that it does not suffer the same fate as Spiderman PS4, Shadow of the Colossus, etc. Notably, the PS4 disc edition of the game has a much cheaper price tag than the digital edition which carries a price tag of Rs 2,750. The game can be preordered from Games The Shop and the listing on Amazon India and Flipkart are yet to go live. The pricing details of the other editions of the game have been listed below: PUBG PS4 bundles and price Disc Edition Includes: Base Game for Rs. 1,999 Looter’s Digital Edition Includes: Base Game for Rs. 2,750 Survivor’s Digital Edition Includes: Base Game, Vikendi Event Pass, 2,300 G-Coin Pack, 20,000 BP for Rs. 2,750 Champion’s Digital Edition Includes: Base Game, Vikendi Event Pass, 6,000 G-Coin Pack, 20,000 BP for Rs. 3,999 It is interesting to note that PUBG Looter’s Digital Edition and Survivor’s Digital Edition comes with the same price tag of Rs 2,750. This is probably due to an error on the part of Sony India and is likely to be rectified shortly. For now, we will have to wait until December 7 to get our hands on the game and we hope the launch is less bug-riddled than the PC and Xbox One version.