PUBG creator leaves Krafton to set up new studio

One of the key developers behind PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Brendan Greene (also known as PlayerUnknown himself) has left Krafton to set up a new independent studio based in the Netherlands. In a press release, Green explains that the move allows him to “create the experience he’s dreamed of for years.”

“I am very grateful to PUBG and Krafton for giving me a chance, and for the opportunity they have given me over the last four years,” says Green. “Today, I’m excited to take the next step in my journey and create the experience I’ve envisioned for years. Again, to support my plans. Thanks to everyone at Krafton, and I need to elaborate on our project at a later date. “

You’ll have to wait a while to hear what Greene is doing, but he’s set up a new studio this year and the team is “investigating the systems needed to enable large-scale expansion.” We know. Open world game“We also know that Krafton will hold a minority stake in the new studio.

Greene initially designed the spin as a mod for the Arma series of games in the official battle royale game before connecting to the H1Z1’s Daybreak Games. After that, I had PUBG and a lot of chicken dinner.

Speaking of PUBG Battle royale game Recently went Free play 1 week. Update 13.2 You can also use your new gun and car to make noodles with the push of a PC.

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