PUBG : NEW STATE
New State (stylized as PUBG: NEW STATE) is an futuristic style multiplayer online battle royale video game developed by PUBG Studios and published by Krafton. The game was released on November 11, 2021 for iOS and Android through the App Store, Google Play Store and Galaxy Store. It is the second installment in the PUBG Universe as a sequel to Player Unknown's Battlegrounds and PUBG Mobile.
In PUBG: New State, 100 players are deployed by jumping out of a plane on a remote 8x8 island called TROI, the game's main map, to collect supplies and battle each other as they fight to survive with the last one becoming the winner. TROI is set in the year 2051 in the northern United States, with a futuristic environment, buildings, architecture and monuments. New features include drones, ballistic shields, neon sights, combat balancing ability, reviving dead teammates, and "recruiting" downed enemies - these are just a few of the new mechanics in PUBG: New State. Vehicles include futuristic cars, buggies, motorcycles, speedboats and gliders. PUBG: New State will feature interactive objects and structures with destructible windows and doors, being able to intersperse between a first (FPP) and third (TPP) person perspective. It will feature weapon customization with different firing mode selections, grenade launchers, grips, butts, sights, silencers, and other types of accessories that you can equip and select on different weapons.
PUBG: New State also has Erangel Map From Previous PUBG Game but in PUBG New State Erangel is Based on 2051 And a secondary 4v4 multiplayer mode that has several modes, such as Team Deatmatch and in which you can choose up to 4 sets of weapons, one main and one secondary with their respective selectable accessories and throwing tactical equipment. like grenades that you can select when entering or dying during the game and equip them in the waiting room (lobby).
In February 2021, PUBG Studios, an internal division of Krafton (the same company that publishes the game), announced the development of game codenamed "PUBG: NEW STATE", a sequel and separate entity to Player Unknown's Battlegrounds and its version mobile , set in the near-future (year 2051) as a part of the PUBG Universe.
In July 2021, Krafton reported that the game surpassed 20 million pre-registrations on the Google Play alone. On 28 August the Alpha testing has concluded after conducting in 28 countries and the developers implemented improvements and fixes based on feedback from participating users. In September 2021, since the pre-registration has started for iOS, the game has surpassed more than 50 million pre-registrations combined on both Google Play and App Store, beating a record of pre-registrations and assuming this a success for Krafton before launch.
According to Krafton, the game will include "state-of-the-art rendering technology" to enhance graphics and lighting to a new generation of mobile games without affecting performance, and it will include a realistic and enhanced Battle Royale, similar to Player Unknown's Battlegrounds.
The game released worldwide on November 11, 2021, for both iOS and Android.