Here’s all you need to know about PUBG: New State release in India
- Krafton has announced that it will release PUBG; New State in India.
- The users can pre-register for the game on Google Play Store and Apple App Store.
- Users can expect to see a new urban setting in this battle royale mobile game.
AdvertisementKrafton has confirmed that PUBG: New State will be released in India. The pre-registration for the new title of the massive hit
The New State is a new edition of the game which was already made available in other regions of the world and was much anticipated by the Indian players. Here’s all you need to know about the latest release of the PUBG Mobile in India.
How to pre-register for PUBG: New State?
If you wish to pre-register for the game, go to the Google Play Store on your Android device or Apple App Store on your iOS device and look for the title PUBG: New State. You can pre-register here by clicking on the Pre-Register button. The pre-registered users will receive the notification on the launch of the game. The game will auto-install after launch for the pre-registered users.
What to expect for this new title?
The game will offer the popular battle royale experience, a battle to death where the survivor wins the battle. It is expected to bring new maps, weapons and vehicles along with a change in the environment with a more urban setting. Users will also be able to customise their guns and weapons with attachments during a match.
What is the minimum device specification requirement for the game?
As per Krafton, the developer, Android users will need to have at least 2GB RAM and Android 6.0 or more. For iOS users, the minimum requirement is iOS 13.0 or higher and iPhone 6S or later. The company also said in a statement that the game is still in development and will be optimized to run on a number of different Android and iOS devices.
The widely popular PUBG Mobile was banned in India last year for an alleged data privacy violation. Krafton then developed the game under the name ‘Battlegrounds Mobile India’ for the Indian audience. The new game that carries the previously banned title should run without any hassle as the developer must have clarified any data breach concerns before publishing the new game in India.
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