PlayerUnknown’s Prologue Not Like PUBG, Will Be Experimental And Massive (VIDEO)

Prologue

There were a lot of cool announcements that came out of The Game Awards this year but not all of them provided many details about the games they were teasing. One such offering was very mysterious, featuring nothing but a first person view of a forest scene where a storm rolls through and the sounds of a dog barking in the distance. Dubbed as PlayerUnknown’s Prologue, the title is being developed by PUBG creator Brendan Greene and his new company called PlayerUnknown Productions, both of which are keeping the new title shrouded in myster.

Brendan Greene was recently in an interview where he explained a little bit of the idea behind the title while still managing to be pretty vague as to the new direction. The creator did make it clear that the game wouldn’t be PUBG 2 or another shooter. Instead, the idea behind Prologue is to be the beginning of a new journey, one that will be a chance for PlayerUnknown Productions to develop new technologies and present something on a global scale.

Currently there’s no release date for Prologue or any confirmed platforms it’ll be playable on, though it will be interesting to see just what the PlayerUnknown Productions team has in store for the future. What could the upcoming project entail? Greene has a fascination with “worlds at scale” as he describes so perhaps something that allows players to interact with each other in a single massive area is on the way? Let us know your thoughts on the mysterious new PlayerUnknown title and more in the comments section below. As always don’t forget to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter for 24/7 coverage of all things gaming and entertainment.

Chris Calles1192 Posts

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