With that said, it seems as if more developers are jumping on the bandwagon because we may see a similar game type from the developers of Ubisoft'sThe Division.
According to Game Reactor, Massive Entertainment of Sweden, the very same developers that worked on The Division and are toiling away at The Division 2, are planning a battle royale game. The game is being developed by Massive Entertainment, makers of the previous entry in the series.
An anonymous source from inside the studio reporting to GameReactor reckons that despite having these other projects on the go, Massive is also finding time to develop a PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds-style battle royale affair. They are in fact still constantly updating that game, while also working on an upcoming James Cameron's Avatar video game. Namely Ubisoft Annecy, Redstorm, Reflections, Ubisoft Bucharest and Ubisoft Shanghai. If this is the case, you can safely assume it'll use the Snowdrop engine and will probably play a bit like The Division.
Yeah, they could easily be referring to re-using The Division assets for a spinoff Division battle royale. Fortnite) or games as a whole (e.g. That was when the publishing overlords at Ubisoft asked if a battle royale mode was possible, with Massive turning something around in a "pretty short amount of time".
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