Co-founder of Sledgehammer Games and former head of EA’s Visceral Games studio, Glen Schofield had already parted ways with Activision in 2018, and now there are reports that the veteran is at the verge of his new Endeavour. Recently, Schofield in one of his statements revealed that he had joined the PUBG Corporation and he is about to become a part of the new triple-A development studio called Striking Distance.
Glen A. Schofield took the concern to Twitter and in one of the posts mentioned:
“Big news! I’m proud and honored to announce that I am now part of PUBG Corporation. Working together, we are building a AAA game studio called Striking Distance in San Ramon, CA”.
Schofield also posted a video on the social media platform and announced the new studio along with a description of his carrier in the last decade. Schofield mentioned that he was part of the development of “Dead Space and three Call of Duty games: Modern Warfare 3, Advanced Warfare, and WWII”.
Schofield, in one of his statements, said: “But now I’m looking to take those experiences to explore new designs and concepts. As a creative, the freedom to explore the PUBG universe has me excited about the possibilities, which we view as beyond battle royale.”
Schofield also informed that he would be working with PUBG Corporation for the development of the new PUBG game. He added that the new game wouldn’t be a sequel to PUBG. This is not a surprise often as the company won’t be hiring a guy like Schofield to just update some of the maps for the Battle Royale map. The main purpose is to come up with a big single player game which will be a new PUBG game.