Xbox Live Sessions: Chandler Riggs and Brendan Greene to Play PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds on Xbox One X

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Xbox and “The Walking Dead” fans, get ready for another epic Xbox Live Sessions featuring Chandler Riggs! Chandler will join the interactive livestream hosted on the Mixer Xbox Channel on Thursday, February 22 at 2 p.m. PT to take on PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) on Xbox One X.

Chandler, who stars as Carl Grimes on “The Walking Dead,” makes his second appearance on Xbox Live Sessions ahead of the hit series mid-season return on February 25. He’ll be joined by PUBG Creative Director Brendan Greene, also known as PlayerUnknown, who will share his gameplay tips and answer fan questions during the stream.

Over the last few months, PUBG has reached incredible milestones, most recently surpassing 4 million players across the Xbox One family of devices. Now, in addition to buying or gifting the game to a friend you can pick up PUBG with the Xbox One S PlayerUknown’s Battlegrounds Bundle, which includes an Xbox One S console with built-in 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray player, Xbox Wireless Controller, and a full-game download of Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds.

For this special episode of Xbox Live Sessions, Microsoft Studios Community Manager, Rukari Austin will host the show. Make sure you tune-in to the livestream on Thursday, February 22 at 2 p.m. PT for the chance to submit fan questions and win some awesome prizes, and stay tuned to Xbox Wire for future episodes of Xbox Live Sessions!


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