PUBG: New State Release Date, Pre-Registration, India Ban, Gameplay, New Mechanics, Map and More

International game PUBG announced the PUBG: NEW STATE, which is a map of an area called Troi 2051 in the game. The Pre-Registration has been opened on Google Play Store and also, will available on Apple App Store soon. In this game, the players will get to see new weapons, drones, new vehicles along with lots of features. All these things have been seen in the game trailer that was released by the Krafton Developer, a South-Korea-based company. This version released on a dedicated website. NEW STATE comes with ultra-realistic graphics and dynamic gunplay, all these details were shared by Developers on Google Play Store.

PUBG New State Release Date

PUBG: New State Release Date

The trailer of the game showing some unique and advanced technology and fights that are similar to the one in PUBG Mobile, with some same essence. Players will get the chance to play this game with no more troubles. Players who pre-register for the game will get a Limited Skin for permanent. The official date of the release of this game is not announced yet by the developers but reports say that the game will release for both versions, Android and as well as iOS and it will release at the last of this year.

PUBG New State Trailer

PUBG: New State India Ban?

It is very sad news for Indian users that the NEW STATE version will not be available for India’s users. The Pre-Registration of the game will available for the user of India. and it is not cleared yet that the game will be available or not when it is launched. The Indian Government has banned 100 App including PUBG for having a link with China’s country over privacy contravention. Many attempts have been done for bringing back to the game in India but the game continues to remain banned. The game was being banned due to the involvement of the China-based company Tencent. However, the game is developed by a South Korean company but the release of this game is still unclear for Indian users.

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