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A peculiar game in the PUBG universe will release on PC and consoles ‘by next year’


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The PUBG universe is rising next year with the survival awe game The Callisto Protocol, nonetheless for the time being, it appears to be like to be devour there might per chance be every other PUBG game coming to PC and consoles this year. Basically based totally on Bloomberg, a peculiar “PUBG-linked” game will ship “by next year,” while every other fight royale for cell is additionally coming in 2021.

The tips comes as half of a profile of Krafton CEO Kim Chang-han. Krafton Inc is the South Korea-essentially based fully retaining firm home to Bluehole, PUBG Corp, and Placing Distance—the latter is the Glen Schofield-helmed studio accountable for The Callisto Protocol. Later this year, Krafton is planning an preliminary public offering which might per chance perhaps well reportedly be value as important as $27.2 billion.

Whatever the case, Krafton appears to be like intent on capitalising on PUBG, which makes the lion’s fragment of its money. Bloomberg’s fable additionally confirms an intelligent production is in the works as properly as a web chilly intelligent movie, and that linked acquisitions are attainable.

As of July closing year, PUBG had sold 70 million copies all the very best map by map of PC and console, while the volume of downloads for the cell version has ramped up to 600 million—that figure modified into 400 million in June 2019.

Season 10 of PUBG is currently underway, despite the incontrovertible truth that the rumoured ‘match-vogue’ autobattler mode known as Vostok is aloof but to make an look anywhere. In all probability it might per chance presumably be spun into its believe standalone game? 

Shaun is PC Gamer’s Australian editor and info author. He largely plays platformers and RPGs, and keeps a shut admire on anything of explicit interest to antipodean audiences. He (slightly obsessively) tracks the actions of the Doom modding neighborhood, too.