PUBG is probably the biggest sleeper hit in video game history. It revived a genre that was pretty much dead, and set numerous records along the way. With such wild success from an early-access Indie game, we all had high hopes that Bluehole would do amazing things.
But none of us could've predicted how wrong we were....
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Did you ever hear the tragedy of Darth PUBG The Wise? I thought not. It’s not a story that Bluehole would tell you. It’s an Indie legend. Darth PUBG was an early-access game of the Battle Royale genre, so powerful and so popular he could use his gameplay to influence the consumers to spend money… He had such a knowledge of making money that he could even inspire others to make Battle Royale games. Making shitloads of money in the game industry is a pathway to many business practices some consider to be greedy. PUBG became so respected… the only thing he was afraid of was losing that respect, which eventually, of course, he did. Unfortunately, he taught Epic Games everything he knew, then his apprentice made a better game than him. Ironic. He could properly optimize other Battle Royale games, but not himself.