PUBG Creator Wants To Give It Support for 20 Years
One of the great changes that the industry has seen in recent years is that the development of the games does not end when they debut, but that their creators continue to support them with content that keeps players hooked. PUBG is one of the games that follow this model, so you may not be surprised to know that its creator wants to give it support for 20 years.
In a talk with IGN as part of its coverage of the BAFTA awards ceremony, Brendan Greene, the creator of PUBG, spoke about the present and future of his game. There he made it clear that his main objective is to continue improving the title with updates with more game modes and competitive alternatives.
“We want to do this for the next 20 years. We really want to build out a platform for game modes and possible esports. We’re committed to supporting this game for a long time,” he said.
In the talk, Greene confirmed that among his future plans is to launch a new map for PUBG. It is expected to be an 8×8 stage that is expected to be located near the Adriatic Sea. Although he did not mention anything about it, it is expected that the Battle Royale will continue to receive updates that adjust its features or make performance improvements.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is available for PC and Xbox One. What do you think about this news? Do you think we will continue playing PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds for 20 years? Tell us in the comments below.