The interview also mentioned future plans for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds on PS4, with the game now available on PC and Xbox One.
PUBG Corp CEO Chang Han Kim has kept the window open for the game to make its way to the PS4 eventually, he recently told Inven Global. "If we have the opportunity, the final goal would be to launch the title on every platform".
To say PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has been a success since it first hit Steam's Early Access program past year would be an understatement.
Now that we're finally free of the maelstrom that was 2017, we can take a step back and assess one of the few joys that the past 12 months did not destroy: video games. The title has been released for PC and Xbox One so far.
PUBG started as a mod pack for other games, but was eventually turned into a standalone game by Korea-based PUBG Corporation (a subsidiary of Bluehole).
PUBG has infamously suffered from technical issues since the game's debut, but it must be said that the most recent patch has fixed or addressed a considerable number of the issues that have plagued the popular title.
It is not clear how they plan to translate the genre to other media forms since right now, they are focusing first on improving the game on the two platforms it is available in. "Our dream is to build a new game-based culture through various ways like this, and have the lead of that culture", stated Kim. Conversely, many games that failed to impress reviewers managed to climb to the top of Steam's sales charts, even when Steam's own user review system revolted against them.
Microsoft responded by pulling its ad, and spokesman Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb said: "Hey guys, I wanted to let you know that this is being investigated".