PUBG Corp’s next huge venture, Prologue, was divulged during The Game Awards 2019 a week ago. The game was prodded in a 30-second mystery that doesn’t uncover a lot yet gives a trace of what’s in store.
The secret beginnings off in an unfavorable woods during an overwhelming rainstorm. The unknown hero worriedly examines the earth as the hints of yapping hounds moves nearer. The scene cuts off just before the hero turns and looks behind, giving clear ghastliness/spine chiller endurance game vibes.
Not Related to PUBG
Brendan Greene, maker of PUBG and task head for Prologue has uncovered that the game is not the slightest bit identified with PUBG and isn’t even a shooter.
He and his engineer group have been taking a shot at Prologue for 9 months and it’ll be a long while before they’re prepared to uncover something new.
This is the initial phase in the voyage for me. We set up the studio and established it with the objective of trying different things with new innovation. Presently we’re venturing out building new advancements, and Prologue is the initial step into the new world for us. I needed the opportunity to convey something new on a worldwide scale.
With Prologue, Greene is planning to make a huge scale world that traverses several kilometers with a great many individuals meandering all over the place. Such a fantasy, obviously, isn’t anything but difficult to accomplish and the group is as yet taking a shot at making sense of things.
Obviously, Prologue is still in its beginning periods and won’t be coming at any point in the near future.