The creator of Pabji game separates from the production company and establishes a new studio for himself
The creator of the PUBG game, or rather the creator of the Battle Royale genre, has left Krafton to build his new studio Brendan Greene, the creator of the PubJie game, also known as the creator of the Battle Royale games, has recently announced that he has parted ways with the publisher of the PubJie game, Crafton, and intends to The city of Amsterdam in the Netherlands to establish a new studio called PlayerUnknown Productions. Of course, Kerfaton has confirmed that it will have a small stake in the new studio.
Brendan Green "For all the opportunities and chances I have been given in the last four years, I thank everyone at PubJie Studios and Crafton," he said in a press release. Today I am very excited to take my next step and continue my adventure to create new experiences that I have planned in recent years. Once again, thank you to everyone at Crafton for supporting my plans and decisions. "I will announce more details about our project at another time." According to press releases, PlayerUnknown Productions is examining the systems needed to enable the use of wider scales in free-to-play games.
As mentioned, Brendan Green plays an important role in shaping the Battle Royale genre in He has played video games and his work history shows all that. If we want to go back a bit and look for the beginning of Battle Royale games in this industry, we have to mention one of the materials of DayZ game that was made by Green. At the time, DayZ was itself a material form of Arma 2. Following the success of that medium, in 2015 Green worked as a consultant on an official Battle Royale medium for H1Z1.
These first few attempts in December 2017 culminated in PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, known as PUBG, which was a huge global success and aroused great enthusiasm among online gaming enthusiasts. It was then that the Battle Royale game frenzy escalated, and various studios began to create such works, perhaps the most obvious and well-known being Epic Games' Fortnite. This track record excites us for Pabji Creator's next project.
In 2019, Brendan Green resigned from Pabji's active development team to work on a special project, focusing on another project aimed at It was the discovery of the possibilities of interaction and communication in the video game space. Recently, the official name of the PubJi game was changed to PUBG: Battlegrounds, which is most likely not unrelated to the departure of Brendan Green from the PubJi game development studio.
Source: PC Gamer