PUBG Mobile: New State has been released on Google Play and the App Store and is up for pre-registration. PUBG Studio, the game’s developer, has released a trailer for PUBG: New State, as well as a dedicated website for the game. Some gameplay, graphics, and some new mechanics that will be present in the game are seen in the trailer. PUBG: The New State is expected to introduce new vehicles, weapons, new maps, and more in 2051. Krafton, a South Korean video game holding firm, is publishing the game.
PUBG: New State is up for pre-registration on Google Play, as per the official website, but there seems to be no choice to do so at the Indian store just yet. The game will be available for pre-order on the App Store as well, but it will take some time. Those who pre-order the game will receive a permanent limited vehicle skin, according to the website. In addition to the new website and Google Play listing, the developers have posted a trailer that illustrates some of PUBG: New State’s gameplay and mechanics. The game is set in 2051, which corresponds to a recent leak, and the trailer can be seen below.
Plays drop into ‘Troi,’ which is presumably the map’s name, in the trailer, which shows a familiar battle royale setting. There are modern guns and cars, as well as a few gadgets that will make the game more enjoyable. The core of PUBG Mobile is carried forward, so players won’t have any trouble getting used to PUBG: New State.
As of now, the exact release date for the game has not been shared by PUBG Studio, but a recent leak indicated that it could launch as early as next week. More information will be published in the coming days.
Due to Tencent’s involvement with the game, This was banned in India by the government in September 2020. Krafton wanted to carry the game back to the United States, but nothing seemed to work out. Now, it remains to be seen if PUBG: New State will be published in the country or not.