"One of the things we've been talking about is, 'does it make sense to ever consider more than a hundred players?'" Williamson said. "PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds" has also introduced their own new game mode recently, which involved creating three 10-person teams.
There's no word yet on the release of the other legendary skins, but this one may prove extremely desirable thanks to its unique and unsettling appearance.
If it does happen it may at first be via one of the limited time modes for Battle Royale mode, which often switch up the rules in order to try something different. Still, there are quite of few people on Twitter and Steam who aren't giving the game any slack. Developers would be happy to release such limited time modes because it would allow players to experiment and do things they wouldn't be able to do in the original game mode.
We've talked about how things could more closely integrate.
Adding to this, Williamson also spoke about how Epic Games is looking into integrating the PvE mode with the PvP.
Expanding the game beyond 100 players doesn't appear to be a priority for Epic Games at the moment, but they'll hopefully have some plans for doing so in the future.
Seven dead after fights at SC maximum security prison
Lee County Fire & Rescue says multiple agencies were called into assist with the "mass-casualty incident" at the prison. At least seven inmates were killed and 17 injured when a prison melee broke out at a SC prison, officials said.
Each class has different collision "volumes" on the different characters.
'Baaghi 2' gets into the 150-crore club in India
Baaghi 2 is the second hit of the year after Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Padmaavat that has amassed over Rs280 crore nett in India. The actress who was recently seen in Baaghi 2 opposite Tiger Shroff, was on Sunday spotted with a mystery man in the city.
Turkey does not stand by any country on Syria: Deputy PM
Andrew Brunson, of Black Mountain, N.C., has spent 23 years living in Turkey with his wife, daughter and two sons. Also in court were Sam Brownback, the US ambassador at large for religious freedoms, and US Senator Thom Tillis.