PUBG – Mysteries Unknown: Birth of the Battlegrounds
You may know know Johnathan Frakes from Star Trek: The Next Generation and the famous Riker manuver.
And the old Sci-Fi Show Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction which gave birth to this meme.
Now, with association with Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds Short film, he will narrate about their new map TAEGO. This film in association with Don Lee (Marvel Studio’s Eternals & Trip to Busan) plays an escaped prisoner trying to escape the infamous TAEGO facility. The map itself was revealed in May according to Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds development plan. You can watch video below:
In addition to this, there will be a live-action short set in the PUBG universe called ‘Ground Zero’ which will premiere in June 26th. They have also been short before called Mysteries Unknown: Tragedy at Dinoland and Mysteries Unknown: Paramo which the history of the plateau in Peru.
Anyways, back to the new map. The TAEGO will will first appear on PC on July 7th and will appear on PlayStation 4/5 as well as other consoles on July 15th.
Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds was one of the few games that kickstarted the Battle Royale genre which has been alive since December 2017. It has had numerous updates, and have personally played through it casually. It offers a bit of a more simulation (but not to the point of Miltary Sim) gameplay that emphasis ammo management. With the right group of friends is he heck of a time.
What I didn’t know is that lore was being written for the games because it seemed more like a gameplay focused franchise. It seems like that PUBG is catching up with lore ‘rich’ games such as Blizzard’s Overwatch or Respawn Entertainment’s Apex Legends which does add additional depth to the world in and out of the battlegrounds.
Frederick Guese is a video creator and editor at PlayStation Haven. A QA industry vet and has worked at Respawn Entertainment, 2K Games, and Activision-Blizzard. Frederick is working on being a narrative designer, writer, editor, and video producer. You can visit his Twitter, Youtube channel, and Instagram. He’s a big fan of Hideo Kojima games and JRPGs.