PUBG developer Krafton has introduced it is making a brand new sport based mostly upon the Korean fantasy guide, The Chook That Drinks Tears.
Krafton says it’s an “bold mission” that “goals to convey the unique fantasy universe of The Chook That Drinks Tears to life by way of its distinctive and refreshing fantasy races, lovely, haunting landscapes, and gripping, immersive, and poignant tales”.
“The Chook That Drinks Tears is a novel sequence that was created and written by Yeong-do Lee, who’s broadly acknowledged because the pioneer of the Korean fantasy style,” Krafton explains. “As one of many best-selling fantasy authors in Korea with tens of millions of copies bought, Mr. Lee is an exceptionally imaginative author who builds elaborate worlds and fills them with advanced characters.”
Within the meantime, Krafton is drumming up curiosity and hopes to “recruit prime international expertise to assist it realise its bold imaginative and prescient” and be part of “famend idea artist” Iain McCraig in bringing the mission to life.
“At Krafton, our ardour is telling thrilling and significant tales by way of the artwork of video video games,” the studio says. “From the non-public and distinctive tales of the Battlegrounds, to wealthy fantasy worlds, to the darkish and gritty horrors of house, we need to create worlds that push the boundaries of creativity and immersion.”
PUBG creator Krafton has introduced it has “entered a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Naver Z
to develop a new Web 3.0 and non-fungible token (NFT) project”.
This mission will probably be aimed toward constructing an “NFT metaverse platform”, with Krafton utilizing its expertise of making video games equivalent to PUBG to “develop a user-generation content material [UGC] creation instrument”. The corporate will use Unreal Engine to construct a “high-quality digital world”.