PUBG: New State arrives on iOS and Android

The big day has come. PUBG: New State, which mobile players are eagerly waiting for, is released on the Google Play Store and App Store. 

The biggest thing that separates PUBG: New State from PUBG Mobile is the time period. The new game, which is announced to have unique graphics, takes place in 2051. In the game, you’ll see that the world has been transformed into a more technological one. On the other hand, there are not many changes in weapons other than advanced holographic sights.

In the battle-royale game where you try to be the last survivor, there is also a team deathmatch and training mode. The maps in the game consist of Erangel and Troi maps, which we know from the original PUBG. While Erangel was redesigned for this game, Troi was created specifically for the New State. The deathmatch mode will be played on a small map called Station.

PUBG: New State includes small but significant changes in terms of gameplay compared to the original PUBG. Weapons can be customized in the game, and dead teammates can be revived. The most important feature is the ‘Recruit System’, which allows you to become teammates while you are at war with players who are your enemies while you parachute onto the map. Thus, you will be able to increase your team of three to 4 while in combat.

Android users who want to play PUBG: New State must have at least 2 GB of RAM and an operating system higher than Android 6. 

iOS users have to use a device with iOS 13.0/iPadOS 13.0 or higher. PUBG also announced that any user under the age of 17 will not be able to access or play the game, regardless of whether or not they pre-ordered. “A situation beyond our control developed that required the age rating of PUBG: NEW STATE on the App Store to be changed to 17 and up. “

The game has a size of about 1.5 GB.

PUBG: New State on Google Play

PUBG: New State on the App Store

Written by Jordan Bevan


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