Krafton, the South Korean game developer on Friday officially announced the release date of PUBG Mobile’s sequel – PUBG: New State only hours after the leak of the last 30 seconds of PUBG: New State trailer.
PUBG: New State will officially be making its way on to iOS and Android on November 11 around the world in more than 200 countries in 17 different languages.
The game’s parent company confirmed the global release at its virtual showcase event on YouTube.
The last and final level of the game’s technical assessment will be conducted in the coming week in Egypt, Cambodia, Bahrain, Hong Kong, Iraq, Indonesia, Jordan, Japan, Kuwait, South Korea, Lebanon, Laos, Maldives, Macao, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Oman, Philippines, Qatar, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Taiwan, Turkey, Thailand, The UAE, and Yemen (28 countries in total).
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PUBG: New State inherits the core of the PUBG IP and will have competitiveness in and of itself on the global market, Krafton will continue to produce games that will be enjoyed by players across the world.
“We’re committed to offering an expanded experience based on the belief that games will become the most powerful type of media,” CEO of Krafton, CH Kim said in a statement.
Pre-registration for PUBG: New State was opened in February 2021, when the game was 1st revealed, and the company had announced that the game had amassed more than 50 million pre-registrations on iOS and Android.
What are the features of PUBG: New State?
The developers stated that the game recreates PUBG: Battleground’s true authentic Battle Royale experience using the latest ‘state-of-the-art’ rendering technology for better visuals compared to other mobile games, making it the most realistic battle royale game for smartphones to date.
Talking about system requirements for the game, Android devices must have a minimum of 2GB or above RAM, 6.0 OS, or above. For iOS, iPhone 6s, and above having iOS 13 (Check out the features of the new iPhone 13).