Glen Schofield, creator of Dead Space franchise at Visceral Games and co-founder of Sledgehammer Games, is currently working in a new PUBG Corp studio to create an "original storytelling experience" set in the PUBG universe, the Battle Royale game that brought this genre into prominence.

We know little about the title, except that it has more than 70 employees - many of them with experience in Call of Duty and Dead Space, and that the project will receive 40 or 50 more soon. "We hope to do something triple A. In fact now we call it 'AAAA' . We want to go further to do something special," he told VentureBeat .

Expensive and heavily invested blockbusters are often called AAA, and require many sales to be profitable. Schofield's intention is to go even further to create an AAAA. Of course, the studio is not ready to talk about the game that only takes eight months of work, mainly focused on mechanics and history. "We have people from every discipline, we are preparing to build things. Technology too."

Schofield and Michael Condrey left Sledgehammer Games in early 2018, after the release of Call of Duty: WWII. They had previously created Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and collaborated on Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. In their time in Electronic Arts' closed studio Visceral, they worked on the Dead Space horror series .

Reasons to join PUBG Corporation

"They gave me the money to build the studio where I wanted, how I wanted and hiring whoever I wanted. It really is a dream come true," says Schofield about joining the creators of the popular PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds franchise. The PUBG Corporation CEO has given him a level of creative freedom that was not possible at Activision's Sledgehammer.

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