PUBG parent organization is arranging a first sale of stock for the near future.
The PUBG universe is growing one year from now with the endurance frightfulness game The Callisto Protocol, however meanwhile, it would appear that there’s another PUBG game coming to PC and consoles this year. As indicated by Bloomberg, another “PUBG-related” game will transport “by one year from now,” while another fight royale for portable is additionally coming in 2021.
The news comes as a feature of a profile of Krafton CEO Kim Chang-han. Krafton Inc is the South Korea-based holding organization home to Bluehole, PUBG Corp, and Striking Distance—the last is the Glen Schofield-helmed studio answerable for The Callisto Protocol. Not long from now, Krafton is arranging a first sale of stock which could purportedly be worth as much as $27.2 billion.
Whatever the case, Krafton appears to be resolved to profiting by PUBG, which makes the a lot of its cash. Bloomberg’s report likewise affirms an energized creation is in progress just as a web animation, and that connected acquisitions are conceivable.
As of July a year ago, PUBG had sold 70 million duplicates across PC and reassure, while the measure of downloads for the portable adaptation has increase to 600 million—that figure was 400 million in June 2019.
Season 10 of PUBG is in progress, however the reputed ‘competition style’ autobattler mode called Vostok is still yet to show up anyplace. Maybe it very well may be spun into its own independent game?