Two new projects are underway related to PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, one of the most popular games of the 2010s, but has recently lost its popularity.
Two new projects related to PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds or PUBG, one of the most popular games of the game world since its publication in 2017, are on the way.
Bluehole, PUBG Corp. and Krafton, which owns Striking Distance, turned out to be working on two new projects. CEO Kim Chang-han, a longtime programmer and executive producer of PlayerUnknowns Battlegrounds, has information on Krafton’s two new PUBG projects in his Bloomberg profile. One of them is a “PUBG-related” project being developed for PC and consoles, and the other is a new battle royale game developed for PUBG-based mobile devices.
More details about the projects are unfortunately unclear, but when you look at the projects, it does not look like PUBG 2 and PUBG Mobile 2. It is also among the information that the project has been developed for about 1 year.
The Callisto Protocol, from the creator of Dead Space, announced at The Game Awards, will also be set in the same universe as PUBG, but will be a one-man horror game.