The sequel to PUBG has been cancelled, although it is rumoured that content created for the title will come to the original title.
It appears that PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds sequel has been cancelled, although content that has already been created for the title will make its way into the original game.
It was previously rumoured that a sequel to PUBG was currently in development at Krafton although since it has been suggested that the title wasn’t going as smoothly as hoped.
Well known leaker PlayerIGN had previously claimed that the title would be taking a more realistic approach.
It was expected that the same development team would be creating the sequel with the addition of fresh talent brought in and was planned to release at some point in 2022.
Over the past few months it seems that the plans have dramatically changed, PlayerIGN has now claimed that the sequel has run into some struggles during the development stages.
Therefore leaving the project abandoned, however all content that has already been created for the title will reportedly make its way into the original title.
Speculated features that may arrive in the game are said to be a type of cross-play mode offering play between PC and console users.
The game will receive an update next month in which players can expect to see some of this new content, but in the meantime be sure to check back with us at Gamerficial for the latest news ad updates.