PLAYERUNKNOWN’s Battlegrounds Could Get A Campaign

PLAYERUNKNOWN’s Battlegrounds has taken the world by storm, even though the game is still in early access over on Steam its amazing at the popularity of the game.

Well Brendan Green the creator of PUBG told Game Informer about his dream of a campaign based around the island and it’s history.

Lore is important for creating it, but we don’t have any serious lore there… if we were going to do a single-player campaign then maybe the history of the island would come into it,

Originally I thought, because we have this Russian island and there’s evidence of a military occupation there, it’d be fun to have a Watch Dogs kind of game based on the island. Where it’s a bustling island with military occupation and you and five or four friends can play a single kind of multiplayer campaign set in the ’70s.

I thought that would be a cool era to set something kind of like Watch Dogs. Well, not Watch Dogs, but where you set out to capture each town on the island and take over the island from the military occupation. That was my concept of it…. no plans for it yet, [but] that’s my big dream.

PLAYERUNKNOWN’s Battlegrounds is currently only available on PC, however there has recently been confirmation that a console version coming. With the Xbox One version expected to launch as part of Microsoft’s Xbox Preview scheme.

The game is constantly updated with fixes and patches, as well as new maps being introduced as well as vehicles and customisable game modes.

Our very own Glyn is a massive fan of the game and can be quite often found playing it online, swearing a lot, and having lots of fun.

Do you play PUBG and are you looking forward to the future of the game? Share your comments below.

Stuart Shortland

Been playing games since I can remember, from spectrum all the to current consoles. Always been interested in video game news and recently got the opportunity to head up a great team of eager people. I’m generally a man of many words but I try and be succinct and to the point in everything I write.

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