PUBG creators Prologue is more technodemic than normal game

The other day, Brendan Green, creator of PlayerUnknowns Battlegrounds, announced a definitive breakup with Krafton and PUBG and the founding of his own studio, PlayerUnknown Productions. Now he has given a little more details about what he is going to do. Green introduced his new project, Prologue, back in 2019, while working for PUBG Special in Amsterdam Projects.

As it turns out, another experiment by a game designer innovator awaits us. Prologue is essentially a tech demo of the gaming world that Green wants to create.

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com/DIPZPUSENYโ€” PLAYERUNKNOWN (@PLAYERUNKNOWN) September 3, 2021In Prologue players will get into an open world with no guidance and clear paths.

Well have a goal to get to and tools to gather resources to help us survive. The journey will have to fight the elements and overcome various obstacles.

Green is trying to create a sandbox with a huge and realistic open world and maximum freedom. This is a complex task, and some neural networks are attracted to it.

Prologue will be the first introduction to this future world, as well as a tool for technical solutions. As PUBGs new game will be essentially a demo, it will be accessed by โ€œpay what you wantโ€ system.

It is not known when it will come out, but it should happen โ€œsoon. โ€ More on Gamermania The Disgaea series has exceeded 5 million The spooky adventure Children of Silentown is released in early 2022 Horror Shadow Corridor will be released on Nintendo Switch in October.