It looks like game developer Bluehole boss Brendan Greene is hinting the possible addition of a fan-requested feature in “PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.” PlayerUnknown himself also offered a preview at some exciting new content coming soon to the wildly popular multiplayer online battle royale video game.

In his latest statement in a Reddit AMA, Greene responded positively to the idea of a single-player campaign for PUBG. In fact, he would love it add to the game.

But there’s a catch

Gamespot quoted him as saying, "I think the island we have could be a great location for an interesting story.

“ However, there’s a catch. Unfortunately, he said that at this time, the company doesn’t have the time or resources for it.

From the looks of it, a single-player content for “PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds” is definitely a welcome idea. It might still happen at some point, but as Greene clearly put it, it won’t come anytime soon.

Perhaps it’s easy to see where he is coming from since the studio is quite tied up with its chock-full of support it provides for the PC version. Not to mention, it is also busy with the upcoming release of the title on Xbox One.

New vehicles

Players should cheer up, however, as plenty of new content is still underway. These upcoming items will surely add more excitement to gamers while playing the massively successful MMO battle royale video game.

On Twitter, Greene dropped an early look at one of the three new vehicles that are on their way to PUBG.

Apparently, the new vehicle looks pretty familiar and that is because it resembles the Volkswagen Bus.

So, it’s quite exciting to imagine how this vehicle moves at high speed around the battlegrounds.

PUBG topples DOTA 2

In more news, PUBG is now acclaimed to be the most popular game on the planet today. Latest records show that it has passed 1.5 million concurrent users on Steam in the month of September.

Notably, it topples the prominent record holder, Dota 2,” by a more than two hundred thousand.

The free-to-play MMO battle arena video game had the highest number of simultaneous plays back in March 2016.

Check out the number of users for video games on Steam in a recent tweet from analyst Daniel Ahmad.

The figures additionally show that "DOTA 2" and PUBG are the two PC games to cross 1 million concurrent players in Steam’s history. For a newcomer, it has already had a sensational performance.

"PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds" has recently sold more than 10 million copies on the PC platform. According to Greene, the studio does not have a plan to increase prices when the game leaves Early Access.