PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is straightforward. Dump 100 players onto a map, tell them that only one person can win, and watch them tear each other apart. It is brutal and base, violent and wonderful. It’s a game that could only be made in 2017, for better or worse.
Three times during our 15-minute E3 interview, Brendan “PlayerUnknown” Greene was approached by awestruck fans. I get the sense this happens to him a lot nowadays.