‘PUBG’ developer is making a ‘Tarkov’-style extraction shooter

PUBG Studios is at present engaged on an extraction shooter, it has been confirmed.

As reported by The Loadout, again in November PUBG writer Krafton shared {that a} “new PvPvE looter shooter” codenamed Project BlackBudget was within the works. While particulars had been slim on the time, Krafton’s newest earnings report reveals the sport could have “an ever-changing PvPvE open-world and satisfying gunplay” that can create “unpredictable” experiences.

Krafton added that Project BlackBudget goals to “popularise the extraction shooter genre based on [its] PUBG production & service experience.”

The studio continues to be figuring out which platforms Project BlackBudget will launch on, however notes that it’s “considering” a cellular launch together with PC and console releases. In an announcement issued to The Loadout, Krafton confirmed that PUBG Studios will likely be Project BlackBudget’s developer.

Elsewhere, Krafton’s earnings report touches on three different video games which might be within the works. The first is a sequel to Subnautica, which was confirmed to be in improvement final yr. Now, Krafton has shared that the sequel will function “more expansive maps, creatures and interactions” together with an “augmented experience”.

PUBG: Battlegrounds. Credit: Krafton.
PUBG: Battlegrounds. Credit: Krafton.

Two different untitled video games – codenamed Project GoldRush and Project Windless – are additionally in improvement. While the primary is a live-service action-adventure sandbox “targeting a Western audience”, the second is a recreation primarily based on South Korean internet novel The Bird That Drinks Tears.

As for PUBG, final month it obtained a significant replace that introduced lethal climate circumstances, repairable gear, and highly effective hidden loot for gamers to uncover.

In different gaming information, Nintendo has additionally shared a take a look at its upcoming video games – together with The Legend Of Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom and Advance Wars 1+2 Reboot Camp.

The studio has additionally launched Metroid Prime Remastered and plenty of Game Boy video games for the Nintendo Switch.

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