PUBG’s Founder Brendan Greene Will Lead A New Special Projects Division

The creator and founder of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, Brendan “PlayerUnknown” Greene, is stepping down from his position as the PUBG’s director of development.

Greene is forming a new division known as PUBG Special Projects. Although Green will be overseeing the new division in future, he will remain as a consulting creative director on PUBG. As part of his arrangement to this new venture, Greene will also be stationed at an office in Amsterdam, moving him away from his current place in Seoul, Korea. Greene, who’s probably better known as PlayerUnknown, said that this new division of the company will concentrate on research, exploring, experimenting, creating new technologies, tools, pipelines and game development. It is uncertain at the moment if Greene’s team will operate on future changes for PUBG, or it will be focused on other projects instead.

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