PUBG: New State Release Date, Pre-Registration, India Ban, Gameplay
International game PUBG PUBG has released NEW STATE, which is a sketch of a region known as Troi 2051 in the game. The pre-registration process has started in the Google Play Store and will soon be available in the Apple App Store as well. The game offers players the opportunity to play with new drones, weapons, new vehicles and numerous options. These features can be showcased in the game trailer released by Krafton Developer, a company based in South Korea. The game is available on a separate website. NEW STATE features high-quality graphics and smooth firefights, details of which have been made public by developers on the Google Play Store.
PUBG: New State Release Date
The trailer for the game showcases some distinctive and innovative technology, as well as combat similar to PUBG Mobile game, but with similar features. Players can enjoy this game without any problems. Participants who sign up for the game will receive an exclusive skin that will last forever. The official launch date of the game has not yet been announced by the developers, but reports suggest that it will be released in both versions, both Android and iOS, and will be released in the last quarter of this year.
PUBG: New state of India ban?
It is very sad news for Indian players that the NEW CONDITION version will not be available for Indian players. The pre-registration for the game is available for users of India. And it is not clear to say whether this game will be accessible or not until it is released. In the meantime, the Indian government has blocked 100 apps, including PUBG, from being connected to the country of China over privacy concerns. Numerous attempts have been made to restore this game to India, but the game has yet to be banned. The game was banned due to the involvement of the China-based company Tencent. The game is made by a South Korean company, but the release date of this game is not clear to Indian players.
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