It looks like Vikendi is getting an overhaul in PUBG as TV's own Jonathan Frakes shows off new "uncovered" footage. The map has been MIA for a while now and only recently started making appearances after the 7.1 updates added it to the pool. But it came with a lot of surprises that both shocked and excited players as it had a bit of a theme park look to it and came with several traps that could harm or kill players instantly. Now it appears the developers want to add a little more depth and story to the map's latest changes as they have made an Unsolved Mysteries parody with Commander Riker himself, reprising his now meme appearance of himself when he hosted Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction? in the late '90s. You can check out the descriptions as well as the new video below, along with the original promo video hyping the island being turned into a theme park back in the '70s. Enjoy visiting Dinoland!
Recently uncovered video from a secretly buried 1990's TV special points to a dark conspiracy in PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG). In a TV special narrated by acclaimed actor Jonathan Frakes, Mysteries Unknown delves into the complexities of Dinoland, Europe's popular amusement park founded by esteemed billionaire Carl Johann Lindh in the 1970s. Things take a turn for the worse when a tragic theme park accident results in the death of the beloved mascot, Alex the T-Rex, a character named after Lindh's own son. The mysterious death of the employee and Lindh's son's peculiar behavior soon cast a pall on the Dinoland theme park and further tragedies followed. Was it a family curse? Or was there something darker within Alex? The video uncovers the previously unheard secrets of Dinoland, nestled on the island of Vikendi.