PUBG: New State has announced that it will pre-register on Google Play and App Store. The game’s developer PUBG Studio shared the trailer for PUBG: New State and established a dedicated website for this. The trailer shows some gameplay, graphics, and some new mechanics that will appear in the game. PUBG: NSW was established in 2051 and brought new vehicles, weapons, new maps and more. The game is released by Krafton, a South Korean video game holding company.

According to the official website, PUBG: New State can be pre-registered on Google Play, but there seems to be no option to do it in the Indian store. The game can also be pre-ordered through the App Store, but it will be launched soon. The website states that players who book the game will be granted permanent limited vehicle skins. In addition to the new website and Google Play listing, the developers also shared a trailer that shows some gameplay and skills of PUBG: New State. The background of the game is set to 2051, which is consistent with a recent leak. You can view the trailer below.

The trailer shows the familiar battle royale scene and the player enters “Trai” (probably the name of the map). There are modern weapons and modern vehicles, as well as some gadgets that can enhance the gameplay. It inherits the essence of PUBG Mobile, so players used to PUBG will not encounter any trouble: New State.

As of now, PUBG Studio has not shared the exact release date of the game, but recent leaks indicate that it may launch as early as next week. More detailed information is expected in the coming days.

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Due to the involvement of the Chinese company Tencent in the game, the Indian government banned PUBG Mobile in September 2020. Krafton tried to bring the game back to the United States, but it seemed to no avail. It remains to be seen whether “PUBG: NSW” will be released in the country.


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