Krafton hints PUBG 2 launch by end of 2022; Check out features, release date, and more

Krafton has recently gained a lot of attention in the gaming world as a result of a recent leak regarding an impending project. The information was shared on Twitter by a user named PlayerIGN, and it seems that Krafton is presently hiring for the development of a new version of PUBG. The release of PUBG 2 is near.

Following this disclosure, some industry experts speculated that the game may be a direct successor to PUBG. The rumors are credible since Krafton has long planned to bring back their famous PUBG series to the Indian gaming audience. This article shares all of the information regarding the PUBG 2 leak that is currently accessible on the internet.

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Leaks, updates, and PUBG 2 release date

PlayerIGN has verified that the Krafton Amsterdam team is looking for a technical art director and a technical animator. The leak does not mention any specific game, only that the job postings are for an “unannounced project.”

According to their job descriptions, these specialists will be collaborating with Krafton’s Game Director and Producer on this future game.

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The AAA game is expected to run on the Unreal Engine 5, and various rumors regarding a PUBG sequel surfaced a few months ago. Prior to this leak surfacing on the internet, Alt Char stated that Krafton is working on a PUBG sequel.

The most probable release of PUBG 2 will be by the end of 2022. As the game is still in the works, there is much not known regarding the features of the game.

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However, players can be assured that the gameplay mechanism and graphics experience will be a lot like that of the original PUBG PC game. The graphics might get a little bit upgraded, but the core features will remain the same.

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Shazia Irani

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