PUBG: New State, Krafton’s next installment in their battle-royale mobile gaming franchise, debuted to a massive response. At the time of its introduction, it had surpassed one million downloads. The game has a new terrain, new vehicles and weaponry, a revised battle pass system, and much more. It is set in the year 2051. Everything you need to know about PUBG: New State is right here.
PUBG: New State – What’s new in the game?
Every major battle-royale game uses the same rules as PUBG: New State. 100 players are sent to a secluded island to gather weapons and resources, fighting amongst themselves to live and be the last guy remaining. The s, on the other hand, is unique.
Players will be transported to the year 2051 to play on an 88-mile-long desolate island known as ‘TROI.’ The new level has some updated buildings and scenery that appears to be influenced by ‘Call of Duty: Warzone.’ Weapons and other types of equipment are certain to be upgraded with such a large time gap.
Remote control drones, ballistic shields, neon sights, and a “battle balance ability” will all be included in the game, adding a new aspect to your gaming. A bullet meter will be included on weapons, which will show the amount of rounds left in your magazine in a more visible manner.
PUBG: New State will feature futuristic sports vehicles, motorbikes, dune buggies, speedboats, and hang gliders as modes of transportation. When pre-registered customers join in for the first time, they will also receive a free ‘Takion TR1’ car skin. The game’s visuals have been improved, and there’s a new on-screen (HUD) element that keeps track of your kill assists. Players may also keep their weapons and treasure in the trunks of their vehicles while on the quest for more.