Pre-registrations for PUBG: New State has begun in India, with game maker Krafton announcing that Android and iPhone users can pre-register the game through the Google Play Store and App Store respectively. Announced on the global stage in February, the chances of this game coming to India seemed very low,
but with the opening of pre-registration, it is now clear that in the coming time, we will see PUBG: New State along with Battlegrounds Mobile India. Can play too. The new game is very similar to PUBG Mobile, but its theme is based on the modern era.
Krafton says that PUBG: New State will launch as a free-to-play experience on Android and iOS platforms this year. However, the exact launch date has not been shared at the moment. Interested
players can pre-register on Google Play for Android devices and App Store for iOS devices. PUBG: New State has garnered over 32 million pre-registrations on the global stage since February, but this figure does not include fans from India, China, and Vietnam. Pre-registration players will get limited-edition vehicle skin (permanently).
Announced in February, PUBG: New State has the familiar battle royale setting, but is set in 2051 and includes modern weapons and vehicles as well as many modern gadgets. This is expected to add to the fun of the gameplay. The trailer released in February showed off some new gadgets and the game’s environment. Some of the teased features include new vehicles, flying gadgets, and customizable guns.
Let us tell you that PUBG Mobile was banned in the country in September last year due to its ties with the Chinese company Tencent. It was brought back as Battlegrounds Mobile India this year when the publishing and distribution rights of PUBG Mobile were taken over by
Krafton. At the same time, the company is now bringing PUBG: New State to India as well. Crafton says it has invested a total of $70 million (about Rs 511 crore) in the IT sector in India this year, including an e-sports company Godwin Gaming, game streaming platform Loco and a web novel platform Pratilipi.