The developer who made PUBG left the company, now he will make games in his own studio

PUBG, also known as PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, was launched in 2017 and is one of the most popular games today. It was developed by Brendan Greene aka Brendan ‘PlayerUnknown’ Greene under PUBG Corporation, a subsidiary of Krafton. Now, Green has decided to leave Krafton to work at his own Amsterdam-based studio PlayerUnknown Productions. Perhaps this is the reason why the name of PUBG has been changed to PUBG: Battlegrounds.

Brendan Greene of PlayerUnknown Productions has announced via a press statement that he is leaving Krafton, although the South Korean company will hold a major stake in PlayerUnknown Productions. The studio is exploring the necessary systems for open-world games, leading to speculation that the studio’s upcoming game could be an open-world game.

As far as the new project from PlayerUnknown Productions is concerned, the website shows only one game named Prologue, a teaser of which was posted on its official YouTube channel in 2019. It doesn’t throw much light on the game, as it’s a 30-second clip. In this, rain and thunder are visible in the forest from the point of view of the first person.

For those who don’t know, let them know that Greene originally created the battle royale concept as a mod for the ARMA series of games. Then, he introduced the Battle Royale game mode to the public with the H1Z1, after which he created PUBG with Bluehole Corporation (now PUBG Corporation).

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