It's amazing how an indie game, which is still in early access, can be so successful right after its release. This is the case of Playerunknown's Battlegrounds which with just two months, is already a success. And apparently your producer already has a roadmap well defined for the coming months.
Although there are some cases where the early access program goes wrong, this was not the scenario. In cases where this goes well, the early access program producer gets good capital to continue developing their game – just like Playerunknown's Battlegrounds.
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This is a "Battle Royale" style game in which players fight each other until there is only one player left alive and declared the winner! Imagine the movie "The Hunger Games" everyone fights and only one can be the winner (or so it was thought!).
This game was designed by Brendan Greene, aka Playerunknown, which is a pioneer of its kind. He is still responsible for some mods from Arma III and H1Z1: King of the Kill.
Brendan Greene spoke a little to Game Informer about the roadmap, ie what is planned for game development.
Playerunknown's Battlegrounds may have mode single player
According to Game Informer, there is a possibility that Playerunknown's Battlegrounds have a campaign mode with single player (single player). However, this is only a possibility and there is no confirmation of any suspicions.
Brendan Greene confirmed that a 2D and 3D repeat mode is being developed. The 2D replay mode will work as in Arma, where the player can see their movements on the game map, while the 3D replay mode will let you repeat the moments of the game with various cinematic modes.
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Playerunknown's Battlegrounds is available for PC only, at a price of € 29.99. Please note that when buying this game today, you may encounter errors as it is still under development.
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