PUBG New State exceeds 10 million pre-registrations on the Google Play Store


 

The upcoming new PUBG game, New State, has reached about 10 million users who want to pre-register for the game all over the world, as the official account of the game via Twitter revealed this number.


Studio Krafton, the South Korean video game developer who owns PUBG Corporation, said earlier that it hopes to work hand in hand with the Indian government to find a solution after PUBG Mobile was banned in India.


Although there is no confirmation of when PUBG New State will reach users yet, perhaps after a few months, there may be an advertisement that satisfies all PUBG Mobile fans, but at the present time, the game does not appear on the Google Play Store, but it is expected The game is to arrive later this year.


PUBG New State events take place in Troi, the future world of PUBG, in the year 2051, and the game is expected to feature new weapons, vehicles, and a much better graphic environment than its predecessor, and it will be launched on Android and iOS platforms.


Earlier, after the Indian ban, PUBG Mobile withdrew its partnership with Tencent Games, based in China, in an attempt to abandon the Chinese brand. Subsequently, the makers of PUBG Mobile established a new company in India called PUBG India Private Limited after the approval of the Ministry of Corporate Affairs.


The company is already listed on the ministry's website, and this company is a subsidiary of PUBG Corporation, the creator of Playerunknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG), and a subsidiary of Krafton Inc. in South Korea.

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