Destin Legarie of IGN got to speak briefly with Brendan Greene, AKA PlayerUnknown, at the PUBG Omen Challenge. The PlayerUnknown’s Battlgrounds creator revealed a few things about the future of the game in the short interview.
First off, Greene said that whether or not the Xbox One version will become competitive will depend on the community, just like the PC version. “If a competitive scene wants to develop, it will if the community wants it.”
As for a sequel, Greene said that there are no plans for one as they want to build the game as a service. This means they want to keep improving the game and add more content over time rather than creating a follow-up. “We still want to polish and refine, add more maps, add more assets.”
Also, Greene has confirmed that people will most likely get to see physical copies of the game for Xbox One. The game has been digital-only for PC since it first hit Early Access on Steam.
You can check out the full interview here.
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