PUBG: NEW STATE exceeds 10 million pre-registrations

PUBG: NEW STATE exceeds 10 million pre-registrations

KRAFTON, Inc. announced that the number of pre-registrations in the Google Play Store for PUBG: NEW STATE has exceeded ten million. The most recent milestone followed shortly after an earlier announcement that the game had reached five million players in the first week of pre-registration.

With users from over 170 countries, the new milestone was reached within 43 days of the start of pre-registrations in the Google Play Store, with Southeast Asia, North and South America, the Middle East, Europe and East Asia recording the most registrations.

Also Read: PUBG New State, Download APK, Launch Date, Settings & Requirements

Alpha testing in the second quarter

Those keen to join the fight can pre-register on Google Play today for an exclusive vehicle skin and the latest information on the game. Pre-orders for the App Store will follow at a later date. Ahead of the launch of PUBG: NEW STATE this year, KRAFTON and PUBG Studio will conduct alpha tests in selected countries in the second quarter of 2021. Further information is to be communicated at a later date.

Developed by PUBG Studio, the pioneers of the battle royale genre and creators of PUBG, the game will be released as a free-to-play experience on Android and iOS. Optimized for mobile gaming, PUBG: NEW STATE should bring the full battle royale experience directly to the users’ mobile devices, according to the plans of those responsible. The game not only offers dynamic and authentic weapon mechanics, but also state-of-the-art rendering technology that is intended to break the boundaries of previous mobile gaming.

PUBG: NEW STATE Pre-registration

You can also get a first glimpse into PUBG: NEW STATE in the pre-registration trailer. There are even some gameplay scenes to be seen there.


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