If he started a business … when PUBG became the property of the world and was bought in tens of millions of copies – not least thanks to the banners – we didn’t think the game would become a phenomenon, but rather more than that, we could come across more and more software in its world. And so it will be – this is the company that owns PUBG Studio, among others – Krafton CEO Kim Chang-Han said in an interview. The expert revealed that in addition to the Callisto protocol, which has already been announced in the hands of the creator of Dead Space, we can expect two more games within the “PUBG universe” – one to be released in 2021 and the other in 2022. The next date will cover a battle royale for mobile (although we are) We don’t understand why they are competing with the mobile version of PUBG yet), while the next date will be a true AAA-class title, developed specifically for PC and consoles.
In other words, we’ll be flooding us with games from the PUBG universe in the future – but since it really looks like it won’t necessarily be related to the battle royale genre in its genre, we might do well. You can hope to commission the Krafton experts to work – the Callisto Protocol, previously mentioned, was hammered out by the Striking Distance team, for example, Glen Schofield, one of the creative geniuses of Dead Space. Moreover, the company does not see the PUBG license as a “three-day miracle,” and Chang-Han has also indicated that if he relies on it, we can expect something new almost every year, as PUBG’s success will not last forever.
From the titles just listed, we only know more about the Callisto protocol: This program is set to launch in 2022 for PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series XS, and it will be a very tangible part of the PUBG universe, as it will be hundreds of years old. I’ll pick up the yarn after.
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