The business revealed on Twitter via the official PUBG New State account that it has received over 10 million pre-registrations on the Google Play Store. KRAFTON Inc, the creator of PUBG, is currently working on PUBG New State, a new version of the iconic battle royale game. The new mobile game will be released later this year, and pre-registration is now open on the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store. The game will be available for alpha testing in restricted regions beginning in Q2 2021, according to the developers. The company has now revealed that over 10 million people have pre-registered for the game on the Google Play Store.
The company revealed on Twitter via the official PUBG New State account that it has earned over 10 million pre-registrations on the Google Play Store alone. On February 25, the game was made available for pre-registration.
Due to the ban imposed by the Indian government on PUBG Mobile, the game is not available for pre-registration in India and may not even launch there.
Apart from that, KRAFTON recently announced that alpha testing for PUBG New State would begin in Q2 2021. The test will take place in a small number of locations, and only a select few players will be able to play the game until it is released to the general public. There is currently no news about when the game will be released worldwide.
Take note that, unlike the original PUBG Mobile title, KRAFTON Inc is managing the distribution of PUBG New State instead of handing it over to Tencent Games.
The forthcoming PUBG New State game will take place in a dystopian 2051 where “anarchy reigns supreme as multiple factions fight it out.” In comparison to its predecessor, the gameplay will include many more resources and features, such as drones, battle rolls, and more.