PUBG New State has reached 17 million pre-registrations globally

South Korean video game developing company Krafton is working on another game named ‘PUBG New State’ ahead of the revelation of the launch date of Battleground Mobile India. Soon after the PUBG New State video was published, Krafton has already started the pre-registration procedure of the new Battle Royale.

The creators had begun close alpha testing in the United States last week i.e. on June 11, 2021, and Krafton has now claimed that the PUBG New State alpha testing will be completed within seven days. The alpha testing, which took place completely in the United States, was restricted to Android phone owners.

According to Krafton, the trial will be expanded to various regions based on the feedback of the customer. In the next few days, the company is expected to provide further refinements in iOS application support. Pre-registration for PUBG New State has been open from February 2021. Now, the programmers have revealed that pre-registration for PUBG New State has surpassed 17 million in just a few months. Pre-registration is still open for the players who want early access to the game.

The release date for PUBG New State is currently unknown. Another 808 guides named Troi have been successfully encouraged by the organization. The new Battle Royale covers a variety of locations, including the Police Station, Tram Factory, City Hall, Exhibition Hall, Mall, and so on. The firm is expected to provide more guides in the following days.

PUBG New State is often stated as PUBG 2.0. The new mobile battle game is set up in the background of the year 2051. The game will also have new weapons and ammo. PUBG 2.0 will also have robots, battle rolls, and other elements. Players can explore the guide by walking, running, or driving vehicles.

It’s remarkable that Battlegrounds Mobile India had also surpassed 20 million pre-registrations in India, according to a press statement from Krafton inc.

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