It is undeniable that Battle Royale has now entered the ranks of the most hits and popular game genres. In addition to successfully attracting many developers around the world to mix their own Battle Royale game, gamers’ tastes in this genre are also still very strong. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds as a successful game that popularized this genre widely also still continues to get full support from the developer and its community base.
This support is even planned to be maintained in the long run, with Dave Curd as director of the Madison PUBG studio saying that they want to keep PUBG for the next 20 years. Curd explained that his team wanted to continue to see the existence of PUBG in the long run while continuing to offer a fresh experience through a series of consistent updates.
Although it seems difficult to maintain the game until the age of two decades, but the popularity of the Battle Royale genre is solid and long-term support from the developer may be able to make the plan can be realized. In the end, all this will still depend on how strong the support is given by the community of players.