The latest PUBG New State press release has given the mobile battle royale game a November 11th, 2021 release date, after much speculation and waiting. The game offers to deliver a near-console experience to your mobile device, and it will be available in 17 languages. On that date, it will be available on both iOS and Android in over 200 countries. However, a final technical test will be done from October 29th to October 30th, 2021.
The game will be set in the year 2051 and will have a futuristic, Sci-Fi theme, according to PUBG Studios. It’s based in the same universe as PUBG Mobile, but it’s an innovation of the first game. The storyline is set in a futuristic town of Troi in a post-apocalyptic world where society has broken down and factions have developed. This Troi village will serve as the game’s main map, with three more maps, including the franchise’s classic Erangel, following it.
PUBG New State looks to be recycling materials from the original PUBG Mobile game, but with future twists such as futuristic vehicles and weapons systems fused with model parameters, based on early gameplay and leaks.
After launch, Krafton promises “a strong and consistent pipeline of new material, worldwide service support, and anti-cheat measures,” as well as “a strong and constant pipeline of new content, global service support, and anti-cheat initiatives.”
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In addition, the South Korean gaming company has stated that they would actively communicate with gamers in order to ensure solid gaming services. This will be accomplished through the creation of nine worldwide service areas.
Anti-cheat measures have also been implemented, with Krafton banning the use of illegal apps, emulators, and even the keyboard and mouse. Player emotion and community opinions will be closely examined, researched, and reflected in in-game updates.