Prologue, A Mysterious Exploration Game, Teased by PUBG Developers at The Game Awards
PlayerUnknown Productions released a mysterious and evocative teaser for a new project at The Game Awards called Prologue.
Alongside its scores of awards and nominations, The Game Awards has also been known for being a prime source of major game reveals and announcements, with one teaser delivering an intriguing new experience from the makers of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds called Prologue.
During The Game Awards 2019, a new teaser was released for a project called Prologue being made by PlayerUnknown Productions, a studio that is experimenting with new styles of gameplay at PUBG Corps. The project itself is being headed by PUBG creator Brendan Greene and is described by the studio as “an original IP.” This sub-division of PUBG Corps was previously known as PUBG Special Projects, though the Prologue teaser seems to confirm the studio’s new official name.
According to the project’s official website, Prologue is “an exploration of new technologies and gameplay,” with the studio’s aim being to “give players unique and memorable experiences, each and every time they play.” Greene stated alongside the announcement of the game that “our studio was founded with the goal of exploring, experimenting, and creating new technologies and gameplay experiences,” and confirmed that the game will be “a brand-new experience outside of the Battle Royale genre.”
The teaser itself doesn’t give us a ton to go off of (other than a mysterious tease of something based around environments), with the website only featuring the teaser trailer and a sign-up box for viewers to be added to an email list for updates on the game.
Prologue is currently in development – for a closer look at the game, you can check out the newly-released trailer from The Game Awards below: