PUBG has certainly made its mark on the video gaming world, as the majority of the population, especially the youth of our time got hooked to this game instantly, making the game one of the most popular games of all time. A few weeks ago, PUBG Corp. unveiled a new studio which would work on an “original narrative experience” of the PUBG universe, just like any other video game, to give it a more density.
The study was lead by the ex-Sledgehammer boss Glen Schofield. The idea of giving a narrative to the game set in the imaginary PUBG universe appears to be ludicrous to a lot of ardent PUBG lovers. The skepticism regarding the narrative was more intensified after the release of the new PUBG Season 4 cinematic trailer.
PUBG has always been a hangout game for most of its users and nothing more. The game was not meant to have some gripping back-story which would be followed by a narrative of some kind, a quest. PUBG was supposed to be just a video game where people can have some fun, and not get immersed in the story.
The game is only about killing each other on a gun-filled island. Not a single element of this seems believable, let alone reasonable. PUBG would have to come up with a really solid narrative to explain something so ludicrous. The PUBG Season 4 Cinematic trailer shows dropships filled with players, blacken the sky, god rays illuminate a sad water tower in a monochromatic field. A boy is scared that the world is ruined, and a millionaire watches on as the common people struggle to survive.
The only thing making sense about the PUBG Season 4 Cinematic trailer is the ignorance of the rich man standing at a distance and watching people suffer. May be, PUBG Corp. is trying to answer some questions regarding the origin of such a story where people kill each other without rhyme or reason. This could also be the untold story of Brendan “PlayerUnknown” Greene or simply be the first chicken dinner.
Play your favorite game on the PUBG PS4 Console