PUBG game developer leaves old company to start new company
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, also known as PUBG, was developed by Brendan Greene under KRAFTON in South Korea and is extremely popular. Recently, Brendan Greene announced his departure from his old company KRAFTON to have the opportunity to start his own company.
Brendan Greene is an Irish national who co-created Day Z: Battle Royale as well as H1Z1 before coming to PUBG. During 2019, he withdrew from the PUBG game development team to study a new project called Prologue, which could be an open-world game rich in real-time navigation and graphics. Even if he leaves KRAFTON, his own company will be able to continue to work with KRAFTON on the new game, as well as other projects.