- PUBG's sequel New State has completed 5 million pre-registrations.
- The game is yet not available in the largest markets like India.
- PUBG: New State is set to launch later this year.
Krafton's new game and the sequel to PUBG Mobile, PUBG: New State has hit the 5 million pre-registrations mark on Play Store today, as announced on Twitter. PUBG: New State is set to release later this year.
You did it! We did it! Thanks to our AMAZING community, we’ve hit over 5 million pre-registrations on Google Play within a week! 🙏— PUBG: NEW STATE (@PUBG_NEWSTATE) March 5, 2021
We're excited to share more exclusive info soon, so keep an eye on our social channels and spread the word! 👀#pubgnewstate #pubgns #newstate pic.twitter.com/gBrtPism6c
PUBG: New state has hit 5 Million pre-registrations, even without India, and China
PUBG: New State was announced just about a week ago only for Android and it has still got such a large number of pre-orders. It is worth noting that the game is still not available in the existing largest markets of PUBG Mobile which are India and China.
PUBG: New State is surely one of the two hottest mobile games coming in 2021, the other being Apex Legends mobile, which is currently being playtested.
PUBG: New State is set in 2051 and features futuristic weapons and map setting, which was a cause of disappointment for some fans. However, the developers reassured that the authentic gameplay of PUBG Mobile will be conserved in New State. The new game takes place on the map called Troi, which will be comparatively a small map than other PUBG maps.