Brendan “PlayerUnknown” Greene has announced he has left the development team actively working on PUBG.
While he won’t be busy anymore implementing new features and directing the polishing work on the battle royale title, he’ll remain at Bluehole and PUBG Corp.
Specifically, he will be working at the “Special Projects” division, which is going to be based in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
The PUBG main development team will keep existing in Seoul, South Korea, while the second is going to work on tech and R&D for new multiplayer gameplay concepts.
It’ll be interesting to see what Greene comes up with at the end of this research and development stage, even though it might take a while.
Now that PUBG is properly launched on PC, PS4 and Xbox One, it’s safe to state that he’ll be seeking a new multiplayer phenomenon for Bluehole and PUBG Corp.
Whether it is a PUBG 2, or simply a brand new IP which will be trying to build yet another unexpected blockbuster, sure enough it’ll be something to look forward.
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— PLAYERUNKNOWN (@PLAYERUNKNOWN) 13 marzo 2019