Krafton Inc announced PUBG: New State last week, and since then it has reached an impressive 5 million pre-registrations on Google Play. It is another mobile battle royale and will be coming onto the App Store later, but right now you can only pre-register on Google Play.
The game itself is from PUBG Studio and is a 100-person battle royale where the last player/team receive the fabled winner winner chicken dinner award as they try and escape a shrinking Blue Zone. The open world in the game will be 8x8 km and will feature a variety of vehicles and weapons. It's also set in the near future for some reason in 2051, where "anarchy rules as numerous factions battle each other." Yes, you heard me. We're going sci-fi now.
If you find yourself interested in trying out PUBG: New State before its launch, there will be alpha tests coming later this year before its launch in 2021. Before then you can check out the official website and Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube pages. If you are from China, India, and Vietnam you won't be able to pre-register on Android, so if you are from those places and wondering why you can't pre-register... well, that's why.
PUBG: New State will be launching on Android and iOS later this year. It's currently only available to pre-register on the Google Play store, which you can do so here. For more information on PUBG: New State, be sure to stay tuned to TechRaptor for more details.
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