Playerunknown wants to find a new playerunknown in a group of unknown players. Do we need to go deeper?

The sensation that is Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds has made its producers more and more confident with what they are going forward. Brendan “PlayerUnknown” Greene said in an interview with Cnet that this is a project they foresee working on for another 10 years.

At the same time the game director did not forget where he came from and said that there are plans to allow the players to follow in his footsteps:

“I want to try to find someone who creates a game mode or a mod for my game that propels them to fame, and gets them to make their own game too.”

Greene continues to champion modding at the same time working hard on how to implement the concept into PUBG while still making it a secure game and not susceptible to piracy.

Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds is still in Early Access but has already gathered a community of 5 million.