PUBG designer, as well as the initial PlayerUnknown, Brendan Greene has actually disclosed the initial trailer for his following job, Prologue.
The trailer for Prologue truthfully does not offer us a lot to collaborate with. It begins with a fixed consider a woodland in the center of a tornado. We quickly see the electronic camera relocate a way comparable to exactly how gamers normally see their environments in a first-person video game. The basic ambiance we obtain from the entire point is that it’s a technology trial for a first-person title that will likely stress survival aspects.
Some of those uncertainties are apparently verified by a short recap published on the Prolouge web site which defines the title as an “exploration of new technologies and gameplay” made to “give players unique and memorable experiences, each and every time they play.”
Again, we’re not completely certain what to make from that (which does appear to be the factor), yet this all recommends that Prologue remains in the extremely onset of advancement which what we see in the trailer is primarily a technical evidence of principle of what the video game can at some point end up being. Some are recommending that Prologue can in some way straight be associated with PUBG, yet provided a few of Greene’s remarks concerning tipping far from that title, we have a tendency to assume this may be another thing completely.
Regardless, Greene is worthy of some credit score for assisting to develop the contemporary fight royale category as well as truly kick points off with the launch of PUBG. We’re at the very least thinking about seeing what he thinks of following also if we truly have no suggestion what to make from what appears to be an extremely early consider his following job.
Prologue has actually no verified launch day, yet the web site does state that gamers have the ability to register for very early accessibility, so we could listen to even more concerning this job at some point in the future.
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