PUBG Mobile 2.0 confirmed to be in development, likely to be launched later this year
Krafton Report : A New PUBG Update
A report from earlier told us which PUBG‘s parent business Krafton was operating over a successor to the hugely popular game as well as PUBG Mobile. Today we have genuine confirmation that the titles are really in development. Within a job interview with Bloomberg, Krafton CEO Kim Chang Han mentioned in passing he is, “determined to grow the company’s activities repertoire beyond its original success.” He confirmed which Krafton will release a new fight royale mobile game according to PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds and an additional game for consoles & PCs within 2021. Moreover, there is going to be a game set inside a dystopian PUBG universe 3 centuries into the first game’s timeline.
The profitable launch of the 2nd edition of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds
While there’s no actual reason behind Krafron to produce a PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile 2.0 thinking about it carries on to rake in money despite the ban of its in key markets like India, the profitable launch of the 2nd edition of this game will provide the studio’s investors self-confidence and shed the picture of a one-hit-wonder. Krafton is actually heading for an IPO and also the brand new titles will play a substantial role in figuring out what value prospective investors discover in it. Perhaps PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile 2.0 will even include several single player components to augment the game’s inherent multi player nature.
While the game had the glory days of its on PC/console, it’s gradually faded out of relevance because of the growth of rivals as Apex Legends as well as Fortnite. PUBG found the initial success of its on PC/console; thus, Krafton has prudently not excluded the platforms from its roadmap. Its future survival horror title’ The Callisto Protocol’ must make for a relaxing add-on to the franchise.
To discuss the amounts, the PC/ console edition of PUBG has sold more than seventy zillion copies, a figure that’s readily dwarved through the 600 zillion downloads the game has experienced on mobile.
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