For Android and iOS devices, PUBG: New State has been released. Due to a few last-minute issues, Krafton had to postpone the launch by two hours. After the stated time of 9.30 am IST on Android, the new battle royale arrived early, but it wasn’t easy sailing.
A number of gamers flocked to Twitter to complain about PUBG: New State’s servers, yet at the same time, many others were able to join in and play. Using your Google account, you are able to get in without any issues as well.
Regardless, PUBG: New State is now available on both Android and iOS, and it appears to be free of bugs. So, if you’re interested in playing, these are the specifications your phone has to satisfy.
- If you’re an Android user, you need to make sure your phone is running at least Marshmallow. Running PUBG: New State on a smartphone running Android 11 or 10 should not be an issue. As long as you have at least two gigabytes of RAM. It is true that a device with only 1GB of RAM will not be able to run the game.
- Some 2GB RAM phones, however, would not be able to run the PUBG: New State game on these devices. Phones that run the Go edition of Android, such as Android 11, are included in this category (Go edition). The C01 Plus, a Nokia phone that falls inside this category, is unlikely to be able to play the game.
- PUBG: New State is only compatible with iPhones running iOS 13.0 or later. That implies the iPhone 6s and above are eligible for consideration. To download the game, you’ll need at least 1.7GB of free space on your iPhone; this storage will grow as you play the game.
It’s a cinch. Just search for “PUBG: New State” on the Google Play Store on your Android phone. Don’t be deceived by the false listings that claim to be from Krafton, the developer. To download the game, you’ll need an unlimited mobile data plan or a Wi-Fi connection. Apple iPhone users may search for the same phrase on the App Store. If you have unlimited mobile data or Wi-Fi connectivity, you may download the game and begin playing right away.
Krafton, the publisher of PUBG: New State, said late last month that the game will be accessible in 17 languages throughout the world. PUBG Studios, the firm behind the first PUBG: Battlegrounds for PC and consoles, is behind the new game. New “global illumination” graphics rendering technology and a gunplay system that is said to be on par with the PC version of PUBG have been implemented in the new mobile edition of the game. Using the Vulkan API for stability, the new game is also being developed.
PUBG: New State is rumoured to contain different mechanics, such as dodging, drop calls, and help requests, in order to provide a new experience over PUBG Mobile and Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI). Vehicles that are only available to PUBG: New State players are also included.
Krafton has developed nine global support centres to provide a stable gaming experience for its customers, the company claims. Cheats can be prevented by forbidding the use of unlicensed applications and emulators as well as the use of a keyboard or mouse that is not authorised.