Good catch it's SP at least, but what the hell is PUBG?
My search engine just recommends a game.
In June 2019, Schofield announced that he was joining PUBG Corporation as the CEO of a new development team called Striking Distance Studios. Under Schofield, the studio will be developing a game with a narrative experience set in the PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds's universe. The game, The Callisto Protocol, was revealed at The Game Awards 2020 and planned for release in 2022.
From what I can gather, the connection tp PUBG is going to be vague at best. This looks like a serious horror title, so I don't think we'll see any of the silliness that PUBG is known for.
That's what I hope. But then why even place it in the PUBG universe, unless you somehow mean to use that. I hope they don't believe that people that usually play PUBG will try a horror game just because it's in the same universe. What even is the PUBG universe? From the light touches I've had with it I've not seen anything that you could say is iconic for PUBG. We'll see.
Not sure, but the project lead was one of the co-creators of Dead Space, so he knows how to do quality horror. Maybe the PUBG connection is being forced by the publisher.
That's what it feels like. That the publisher has some plans. But of all universes to choose to expand, PUBG seems like one of the most generic and poorly scraped together.
Game Director Glenn Schofield showcases the first continuous gameplay of The Callisto Protocol, the sci-fi horror game from former Dead Space devs at Striking Distance Studios.
The team at Striking Distance offers an extended version of its gameplay reveal trailer for The Callisto Protocol, with new clips of monsters, locations, and more.