New Game Set in PUBG Universe to Launch by Next Year

The PUBG universe is going to see major expansions in the near future.

Posted By | On 19th, Jan. 2021

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The PUBG universe is clearly on the brink of expanding into a much larger one in the coming years, and it seems the first steps for that are going to be taken very soon. While the battle royale title that kicked the whole thing off is still going strong, more games set in the universe are set to arrive soon.

As per a report by Bloomberg, Krafton – the holding company for PUBG Corp – has confirmed that a couple of new games are set to arrive soon. A new battle royale title for mobile devices is set to launch later this year, and will be based on PUBG. Additionally, another new game set in the same universe will also be launching for PC and consoels by next year.

The latter in particular is interesting. A recent report indicated that PUBG 2.0 is in development (as is PUBG Mobile 2.0), and if that is indeed an accurate leak, it might very well be the game being talked about here.

Meanwhile, the survival horror science fiction game The Callisto Protocol (bein developed by a team composed of various Dead Space developers, including creator Glen Schofield) is also set 300 years after PUBG, and is set to arrive next year.


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