PlayerUnknown Battlegrounds to get replay support and co-op campaign could be on it’s way
PlayerUnknown’s Battleground is growing every day, but the updates don’t stop at new weapons and maps. The success of the game has meant the developers, Bluehole has more resources than it could ever imagine.
Brendan Green, otherwise known as PlayerUnknown has said that some new features are already in development, and some that he hopes will one day be in the game.
“We have 2D and 3D replays planned for the game. We have a team that just joined that are working on a 3D replay system at the moment, which is great because while they’re doing that, we don’t need to spend resources on it,” he said.
“It’s something I feel is really essential to the game—having this ability to watch your own round back in the game and have a spectator camera where you can just watch yourself, and watch any round, basically.
“I think this will help the game in the long-term where it’ll provide content creators and players with ways to create interesting videos… ”
Brendan also went onto discuss what he thought a campaign would look like in PlayerUnknown Battleground. He would want it to be co-op, and allow the players to explore the island before the events of the collapse, letting them take over territories from the military.
The game has a whole load of work being put into it, as well as plenty more in the pipeline, the below video is well worth a watch to find out more!