In January, Krafton declared PUBG: Battlegrounds to be a free-to-play title. Since then, the business says, the game has witnessed a “constant influx 81,000 new users every day.” For further information, see Krafton’s interim results report for the initial half of 2022.
In addition, Krafton has announced in a blog post that the “average revenue per user” (ARPU) among all platforms has “raised more than 20% QoQ.” The majority of PUBG’s earnings came from regions other than South Korea in Q2 2022, the business said.
The blog goes on to say that Krafton is able to continually deliver innovative content and playstyles because to its many IP partnerships. More stringent anti-cheat measures have been implemented “to create an equitable playing field for everybody,” according to the developers of the game.
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The company’s mobile division has generated $550.7 million in revenue thanks in part to the success of PUBG, which “now currently ranks in sales among worldwide mobile games,” as stated in the company’s blog.
In addition to the quarterly results report, Krafton has also mentioned forthcoming titles in the company’s blog. A new Unknown Universe IP is in the works, and it will take place in a “sci-fi world that features innovative turn-based gameplay.”
In addition, Striking Distance Studios is developing and releasing The Callisto Protocol on December 2 of this year.
In addition, Karfton has another unnamed game in development that is inspired by the Korean fantasy tale The Bird That Drinks Tears.
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