PUBG Mobile is taking a new step into the future with New State in the famous Royal War.
PUBG New State is the newest title from KRAFTON, Inc. and PUBG Studios, basically PUBG Mobile 2 with action now set in a not-so-distant future-the year 2051.
Fans of the series should expect new futuristic arms, a new map called Troi, cars, weapons and bomb-laden drones.
The short trailer displays the chaotic intensity that the title of the Battle Royal is loved for and, like the previous mobile title, it doesn’t seem to take itself too seriously.
It seems, at least at the moment, that this is going to be a purely mobile game-so tablets and smartphones-without a PC or console being released on the cards.
There’s not a lot of details out there about New State, but we’ve gathered all the info, including a possible release date, how you can pre-register (pre-order) on both Apple and Android, and what’s planned.
PUBG: Latest State-Date of publication
Now, as yet, there is no release date for the New State, but based on a few variables, we can make a reasonable guess of when we can at least see the game enter an open beta.
Pre-registration for Android users is already available, and although this is called a sequel to PUBG Mobile 2, it’s more a continuation of the current game. This is not a new engine but, without any offense, a rekin (reimagining?) of a game that is already well known.
It wouldn’t come as a surprise to see those who’ve pre-registered on Android could be playing the game in March or April.
The final release of iOS will come further down the road and possibly won’t have a beta phase due to the way Apple’s App Store checks operate.
Pre-Registration for PUBG: Current State
Pre-registration is very simple.
You can do this on your Android phone from the Play Store, just search for PUBG: New State and press the Pre-Register button.
You can follow this connection as well.
Apple users can’t pre-register yet, but PUBG: The latest state website has a pre-order button, but so far it doesn’t do anything.
There is a one-time cosmetic reward for those who do pre-register/order. The skin of one of the game’s cars.
It looks like a speedster based on the outline.
Requirements for device
System specifications are not completely met, but so far Android users know that devices must have Android 6.0 or higher and at least 2.5GB of RAM.
We’ll update this with more details as it becomes accessible.
The game promises next-generation visuals unlike anything previously seen on handheld devices, the trailer definitely looks fantastic with high textures and some beautiful lighting effects.
The game is also expected to include a range of resources and features, including drones, battle rolls, and more.
The map of Troi will be 8x8km long and will be host to several different vehicles.