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Judy Cobb
November 11, 2018

Microsoft today announced its subscription-based gaming service Xbox Game Pass would be adding the incredibly popular Player Unknown's Battlegrounds to its lineup. Among these games is Epic Games' Fortnite and Digital Extremes' Warframe.

Fortnite will receive keyboard and mouse support on Xbox One starting November 14, according to Epic Games' Nathan Mooney, who announced the news at the XO18 event on Saturday.

Developed by Blue Manchu, a studio co-founded by Jonathan Chey (one of the co-creators of BioShock), Void Bastards is launching in 2019 and will be available via Game Pass at launch. At this time, only Fortnite has been confirmed to support the Mouse & Keyboard input on November 14th.

While Mouse & Keyboard support is available on Xbox One, it will be up to the game's developers whether or not to include it in their games. Several games will get support in the longer term, most notably DayZ.

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Thankfully, if you are anxious about matching up against keyboard and mouse players in regular Xbox lobbies, it has been confirmed that they will be put in separate playlists, not up against controller players.

Microsoft launched PUBG has a console exclusive Xbox Early Access in December 2017 and it was recently launched officially for all the players.

There will be increased calls from PlayStation 4 players now to have similar support on the rival console, following Xbox's announcement.

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