Last Updated on October 14, 2021 by Swati Brijwasi
PUBG: New State Release Date, Pre-Registration, India Ban, Gameplay,
International game PUBG released PUBG NEW STATE which is an outline of a region known as Troi 2051 within the game. The Pre-Registration process has begun in the Google Play Store and also it will be available on the Apple App Store soon. The game features players will be able to play with new drones, weapons new vehicles and numerous options. These features can be shown in the game trailer released by Krafton Developer, a South-Korea-based firm. The game is available on a separate website. NEW STATE features high-quality graphic and smooth gunplay the details of which were made public by Developers on the Google Play Store.
PUBG: New State Release Date
The trailer for the game shows some distinctive and innovative technology, as well as fights which are similar to game PUBG Mobile, but with the similar features. Players will have the opportunity to enjoy this game without any issues. Participants who sign up for the game will receive an exclusive skin that will last forever. The date for the official launch of the game has not yet announced by the developers , however reports suggest it will launch in both versions, Android and as well as iOS and will be released in the final quarter of this year.
PUBG: New State India Ban?
It’s very sad news for Indian players in that NEW STATE version will not be available to Indian players. The pre-registration for the game is available to users of India. And it’s not clear to say whether this game is accessible or not until it is released. In the meantime, Indian Government has blocked 100 App including PUBG because of its connection to China’s country due to privacy issues. Numerous attempts have been made in order to reinstate this game India however the game is still to be prohibited. The game was prohibited because of the involvement of China-based company Tencent. The game was created by an South Korean company but the release date for this game isn’t clear to Indian players.