PUBG is still one of the biggest games on the market right now, with a super solid playerbase that is able to still battle new Battle Royale giants like Call of Duty: Warzone, Fortnite, and Apex Legends. But now we have some juicy rumors on the next-gen PUBG 2 that is reportedly in development.
Korean media outlet MTN has teased that PUBG 2 is an "authentic sequel" to the original PUBG, which reportedly started development back in May 2019. The team that developed PUBG Lite for low-end PCs is working on PUBG Mobile 2, but these projects are separate to PUBG 2.
PUBG 2 is reportedly a next-gen game for PC, console and mobile and will be most importantly cross-platform which should have lots of gamers happy. It'll be interesting to see what PUBG 2 eventuates into, and how many upgrades, features, new graphics and more that we'll get from it.
I'm also hoping that PUBG 2 is much better optimized than PUBG was at launch, and for many months after -- it'll also be interesting to see how PUBG 2 performs on the next-gen Sony PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S consoles.
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