Krafton CEO confirms 2 New PUBG games launching by 2022


Some past breaks about Krafton releasing new PUBG games soon may have somewhat more weight behind them now after a meeting with organization CEO Kim Chang-han said they wouldn't "stay as a one-hit wonder." 

Bloomberg innovation correspondent Sohee Kim talked with Chang-han yesterday and a segment of their discussion zeroed in on the potential behind the PUBG IP pushing ahead. 

"I think the more significant thing is the way the organization can use the protected innovation of PUBG and how it can make that into a much greater establishment," Chang-han told Bloomberg. 

Previously, PUBG information miner PlayerIGN posted screengrabs of a supposed public statement from Krafton that highlighted a continuation of both PUBG and PUBG Mobile conceivably being dealt with since early a year ago. At first, the spin-offs were covered up under the title name ProkectXRTM, which the studios asserted weren't identified with PUBG to keep things covered up until a genuine declaration was prepared.

After the meeting, however, we presently have affirmation that a fight royale title dependent on PUBG will dispatch on portable before the year's over, which fits what was spilled for a potential PUBG Mobile 2.0. Another PUBG-related PC/support game will likewise dispatch at some point before the finish of 2022. 

Both of these tasks are being chipped away at close by The Callisto Protocol, an endurance horror game in the PUBG universe that is set 300 years later and will deliver at some point in 2022.

Chang-han likewise affirmed that there's an enlivened show being chipped away at for real time features and a web animation being developed using PUBG as a base. The organization desires to venture into making films and dramatizations later on and is available to obtaining groups in those regions.

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