PUBG developer PUBG Corp from smrtsmith's blog

PUBG developer PUBG Corp. is taking note of the successes of Fortnite’s model. Recently, the studio announced a new, smaller map, designed to encourage faster games. Where PUBG previously reveled in the slow, quiet moments of running Fortnite Items across vast stretches of unpopulated land, gunfire will be new name of the game on the smaller map. Again, a major player in the space is moving toward disposable matches.
It’s indicative of the way the genre is moving.
Meanwhile, Crytek is going in the other direction with Hunt. I recently played five matches in a row without ever seeing another player, choosing to extract before facing off against the boss monster rather than risk my newly leveled Fortnite Items for sale character. It feels like Crytek is giving up the action-focused side of the battle royale genre to its two biggest games, and is instead carving out its own way. Each match means something, and there’s always a reason to be afraid. The better you do, the more you have to lose.

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