PUBG 2 seems to have been confirmed and is happening! This includes an overhaul for the mobile version - PUBG Mobile 2.0!
PUBG was once the most popular Battle Royale on the planet, but since its release, a number of contenders have joined the genre.
So it makes sense for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds to get a revival.
The PUBG Corporation will bring players a fresh experience with their realism based Battle Royale title.
Here's what we know about PUBG 2.
PUBG Mobile 2 Coming This Year? - 19th January
By 2022, another “PUBG-related” PC and console game will release; but it's unclear if its the same title.
According to sources, the project had been in development since early 2019 for mobile, console and PC and was “highly likely” to be PUBG 2.
PUBG 2 Confirmed? - 6th January
@PlayerIGN has tweeted that PUBG has confirmed they are developing PUBG Mobile 2.
Currently, there is no release date scheduled for this game.
It would be too early to assume it is arriving this year, so we are anticipating for it to release in 2022.
An announcement could come in as early as 24th January according to @subzidite2 - if the game is heavily mobile-focused.
A possible announcement could be the final week of PGI.s (28th March).
According to @PlayerIGN, it is a PC and Console Cross-Platform title.
Meaning it will land on Xbox Series X, PlayStation and PC. We also assume it will be placed onto last-gen consoles including the Xbox One and PS4.
There are no details on whether it is coming to Nintendo Switch.
The Mobile version will be exclusive to mobile users and platforms, meaning iOS and Android users will play a separate version of the game together.
There's no pricing for the title yet.
The original game is listed for £26.99 on Steam.
It costs roughly £15-25 on the Xbox and PlayStation store.
The game is free on mobile devices.
It's believed the game will run on Unreal Engine 4 - this is due to a XTRM job listing asking for people with UE4 experience (according to @subzidite2).
@PlayerIGN has confirmed that the title will support cross-platform play.