The global launch of PUBG: New State has officially been delayed to November 11th, 2021. Originally this battle royale game was expected for October 31st, 2021 which is only 10 days from today. However, the developers, PUBG Studios have posted on Twitter that this is no longer the case.
PUBG: NEW STATE Officially confirmed that the game will cames out around November 11 ! pic.twitter.com/o93RlCULWb
— PUBG: NEW STATE News (@PubgnsINTEL) October 21, 2021
Pre-registration will remain open for this time for those who have not yet signed up. Its arrival was announced by PUBG Studios all the way back in February, eight months ago with monumental levels of player anticipation making PUBG: New State one of the most looked forward to games ever, surpassing 40 million downloads in mid-September. If you have not yet pre-registered and plan to play the game, now is a good time as those who participate will receive a permanent vehicle skin.
PUBG: New State will exist as completely separate from PUBG Mobile. This new game takes place in the future of 2051 in a post-apocalyptic fallen world where factions fight against each other in a reign of chaos. Players will compete in multiplayer battles of 100 people until one faction reigns over all others. The action will take place on the new 8×8 battle map on the remote island of Troi. Rendering technology and lighting techniques have made this massive map one of the most realistic-looking maps to date. Futuristic architecture, weapons and vehicles set this game apart from PUBG Mobile as well as the highly improved graphics and smoother flowing gunplay. Another unique feature will be the option to recruit enemies onto your team from the pool of downed players.
Upon its release, PUBG: New State will be free for all to play on iOS and Android devices with the option of in-app purchases. You will be able to find it on the App Store and on Google Play. Pre-register here on the game’s official website.