PUBG: New State released worldwide for iOS and Android smartphones

Aadil Raval
By Aadil Raval
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Krafton has finally released PUBG: New State worldwide across both iOS and Android devices. A sequel to the original PUBG Mobile, the game is now available worldwide along with India where it is the second game following the PUBG Mobile ban.

Krafton made the game on both Android and iOS available on November 11 although the latter saw a few hours of delay due to some maintenance issues. Android users must have Android v6.0 and above with at least 2GB RAM, OpenGL 3.1/Vulkan 1.1 or higher, and a 64-bit CPU to run the game. The file size is 1.5GB. On the iOS front, users must have iOS 13 and above. The game has a download size of 1.4GB.

PUBG: New State received 55 million pre-registrations across the globe making it one of the most popular smartphone games out there. The game is set in the year 2051 and follows the same mechanism of 100 players pitting against each other either solo or in a team of up to four members and the last man standing wins.

PUBG: New State released worldwide for iOS and Android smartphones

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PUBG: New State brings a massive graphics upgrade with the new game with its futuristic setup and advanced technologies in the game. The game brings a new map called Troi, a remastered version of Erangel map giving you an assortment of high-rise buildings and shopping complexes to scavenge into finding the opponents and knocking them down. It brings a trunk feature where players can keep a stock of weapons and ammunition in a vehicle’s trunk for their team members but enemies can take it as well. There’s a lot of weapons each has seen improvement in a visual point of view.

You will get a tonne of data in-game such as the number of kill-assists apart from players kills and alive. Check out the Google Play Store (for Android) or App Store (iOS) to get your hands on the game right away.

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Krafton has finally released PUBG: New State worldwide across both iOS and Android devices. A sequel to the original PUBG Mobile, the game is now available worldwide along with India where it is the second game following the PUBG Mobile ban.

Krafton made the game on both Android and iOS available on November 11 although the latter saw a few hours of delay due to some maintenance issues. Android users must have Android v6.0 and above with at least 2GB RAM, OpenGL 3.1/Vulkan 1.1 or higher, and a 64-bit CPU to run the game. The file size is 1.5GB. On the iOS front, users must have iOS 13 and above. The game has a download size of 1.4GB.

PUBG: New State received 55 million pre-registrations across the globe making it one of the most popular smartphone games out there. The game is set in the year 2051 and follows the same mechanism of 100 players pitting against each other either solo or in a team of up to four members and the last man standing wins.

PUBG: New State released worldwide for iOS and Android smartphones

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PUBG: New State brings a massive graphics upgrade with the new game with its futuristic setup and advanced technologies in the game. The game brings a new map called Troi, a remastered version of Erangel map giving you an assortment of high-rise buildings and shopping complexes to scavenge into finding the opponents and knocking them down. It brings a trunk feature where players can keep a stock of weapons and ammunition in a vehicle’s trunk for their team members but enemies can take it as well. There’s a lot of weapons each has seen improvement in a visual point of view.

You will get a tonne of data in-game such as the number of kill-assists apart from players kills and alive. Check out the Google Play Store (for Android) or App Store (iOS) to get your hands on the game right away.

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