PlayerUnknown’s battlefields, the battle royale game of running around and shooting people without pants for a chicken dinner, apparently has a lot of lore to secure his deathmatches. But don’t believe me: the developers recently got the only Jonathan Frakes to pay homage to him meme-tastic Role as host of Incredible explore in a new video the PUBG
Mysteries Unknown: Birth of the Battlegrounds is presented as the sequel to a now-canceled Frakes-run television show in the universe, similar to Incredible. The mini-documentary delves into the origins of the battlefields of the same name and the shadowy organization that hosts the event, suggesting that the Battle Royale was created by the sole survivor of a massacre on Erangel Island (aka the original) PUBG Map), a man named Sergei Kalimnick.
Having previously made money selling illegal prison riot records, Kalimnick was drafted into the early 1990s by a clandestine investor group to set up the first battlefield. Originally prisoners from Eastern Europe were forced to participate in these battleground events, their struggle for survival captured and sold for entertainment. Kalimnick, now known simply as The Russian, remains a senior member of the criminal organization that previously recruited him.
PlayerUnknown’s battlefields has been a huge hit since the battle royale genre was popularized in 2017. And while his throne since then of games like. was usurped Fourteen days and Apex legends, it remains one of the most played games on Steam and a popular crowd puller on Twitch. This attempt by the developers to reinterpret the simplified project as a major conspiracy involving organized crime, fictional characters, and possibly Jonathan Frakes is fascinating and could be just what the aging game needs to keep up with the newbies it inspires.