According to PUBG: Battlegrounds dataminer PlayerIGN, developer Krafton despatched a private investigator to their house.
PlayerIGN revealed a TwitLonger earlier this week (May 25) saying “a private investigator was just outside my house” (through TheGamer).
The private investigator apparently handed PlayerIGN a letter telling them to “take down all my social media posts of leaks, provide a full account of how much revenue I made, and provide all DMs of how I got said information.”
PUBG confirmed up at my entrance door…
— PlayerIGN (@PlayerIGN) May 25, 2022
PlayerIGN then supplied some private context to how they get their info, and what they could do going ahead. They mentioned the leaks they get usually are not them looking for out “people/systems for information, but mostly vice versa,” including “I don’t really know what to do right now. I just want to get some help before I make moves.”
As of publication PlayerIGN has made no additional feedback on Twitter, and Krafton has made no public statements both.
In different PUBG information, The Callisto Protocol is not a part of the PUBG universe, based on Striking Distance Studios founder Glen Schofield. “It was originally part of the PUBG timeline, but grew into its own world. PUBG is awesome, and we will still have little surprises for fans, but [The Callisto Protocol] is its own world, story and universe,” he mentioned.
The Dead Space-inspired horror title is being revealed by Krafton, and Schofield defined why it was determined that the battle royale could be indifferent from the sport:
“The idea of us being in the universe at first sound really good, and then as you start coming up with your story we realised, ‘Wow, this is a little out there.’ We built in some touchpoints, and you’ll find them throughout the game like Easter eggs and things like that.”
In different information, developer FromSoftware has addressed the continuing PC server outage for the Dark Souls trilogy, with fixes coming “progressively.”