PUBG: Battlegrounds writer Krafton has introduced that it’s making a online game primarily based on widespread Korean fantasy novel, The Fowl That Drinks Tears by Yeongdo Lee. The sport is in very early growth however Krafton has launched some idea artwork and has begun recruiting “international high expertise” to deliver the venture to life.
Who’s engaged on Krafton’s new sport?
In a press launch, Krafton introduced that it has already begun working with Hollywood artist Iain McCaig. McCaig has beforehand labored on Star Wars, The Avengers, Harry Potter, and Terminator, amongst different films. Whereas we didn’t get a lot in the best way of data relating to the sport itself, Krafton did say that it’s an “formidable” venture that brings the fantasy universe of The Fowl That Drinks Tears to life “by means of its distinctive and refreshing fantasy races, stunning, haunting landscapes, and gripping, immersive, and poignant tales.” “We hope to welcome acclaimed international skills to hitch us on this unbelievable journey,” it added.
The press launch went on to reward creator Yeongdo Lee for his critically-acclaimed work. “As one of many best-selling fantasy authors in Korea with hundreds of thousands of copies bought, Mr. Lee is an exceptionally imaginative author who builds elaborate worlds and fills them with advanced characters,” Krafton continued.
From the sound of issues, Krafton’s new venture might be a role-playing sport. Platforms and launch window haven’t been introduced. For now, the corporate is gearing as much as publish Useless Area creator’s new sport, The Callisto Protocol. Developed by Placing Distance Studios, the sport will launch on December 2nd, 2022 for the PS5 and PS4 amongst different platforms.
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