Inside Where PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Is Made

[Image: Inven]
[Image: Inven]

South Korean site Inven recently spoke with PUBG Corp boss C.H. Kim about the future of Battlegrounds, including the possibility of movies and animation. The site also got a look into PUBG Corp’s swank Seoul offices.

Advertisement

You can read Kim’s interview here in English, but check out the studio in Inven’s photos. Looks nice!

[Image: Inven]
[Image: Inven]
Advertisement
[Image: Inven]
[Image: Inven]
[Image: Inven]
[Image: Inven]
[Image: Inven]
[Image: Inven]
[Image: Inven]
[Image: Inven]
Advertisement
[Image: Inven]
[Image: Inven]
[Image: Inven]
[Image: Inven]
Advertisement
[Image: Inven]
[Image: Inven]
[Image: Inven]
[Image: Inven]
Advertisement
[Image: Inven]
[Image: Inven]
[Image: Inven]
[Image: Inven]
Advertisement
[Image: Inven]
[Image: Inven]
[Image: Inven]
[Image: Inven]
Advertisement

You can see more images on Inven right here.

[Thanks Sang for the tip!]


Kotaku East is your slice of Asian internet culture, bringing you the latest talking points from Japan, Korea, China and beyond. Tune in every morning from 4am to 8am.

Originally from Texas, Ashcraft has called Osaka home since 2001. He has authored six books, including most recently, The Japanese Sake Bible.

Share This Story

Get our newsletter

DISCUSSION

Diamond_Edge
Diamond_Edge

The existence of beds shows me that this is a real unhealthy workplace.
If you need beds then you have that kind of environment where workers are encouraged to stay at the company as long as possible, forgoing social contacts outside and “live for their job”.
This is pretty prevalent in the gaming and tech industry, companies have their own sports facilities, food corners, recreational facilities etc... so the workers don’t need to venture beyond the workplace and are encourage to discuss their stuff even in their free time.

Other companies have already realized how toxic this is for longtime health and behaviour and are actively shutting down mail servers from 7pm to 7am and blocking company phones during that time so that time off the job is actually time OFF the job.

When you are young you tend to think that you should be available on every possible channel all the time every time but trust me: soon you will have nothing to talk about besides job stuff and you’ll bore others to death and burn out lonely.

Source: I’ve been working among other outlets for startups and for the last five years for a game company with more than 400 employees.