If you think PUBG is slowing down and becoming a mainstream game available today, think again. Considered as one of the biggest success stories in 2017, PUBG aims to launch on every gaming platform, said by the CEO of PUBG developer’s PUBG Corp, Chang Han Kim.
Aside being available first on PC, PUBG is now playable on the Xbox One console with a timed-exclusivity partnership with Microsoft. It’s no secret that it will also come on the PlayStation 4 as it will only stay with it’s counterpart ‘for some time’ in which it has sold 1 million copies in its first 48 hours. What keeps the PS4 from acquiring PUBG in its library is that Sony’s system doesn’t have an Early Access/Game Preview program. It has also become an issue for Ark: Survival Evolved, which launched on Xbox One much earlier than it did on PS4.
PUBG CEO also plans to expand its market stating that “We want to take part in diverse industries including Esports, movies, drama, cartoons, animation, and more. In fact, we received a couple of love calls from a number of developers in Hollywood and Netflix.” He added “Our dream is to build a new game-based culture through various ways like this, and have the lead of that culture.”
PUBG is already big. But, it could also be larger than life where it will be not just a game anymore.