PUBG: New State Launching November 11

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We finally know the official launch of PUBG: New State and it’s going to be on November 11. It’s set to be released in more than 200 countries on Android and iOS. Before the actual launch, a Technical Test is scheduled from October 29 to October 30 in 28 countries but does not include the US.

In a press statement, Krafton CEO CH Kim revealed that this new game continues to have the core of the PUBG IP and has the needed competitiveness. He added that they are committed to producing games enjoyed by players worldwide.

Executive Producer Minkyu Park revealed that while the original PUBG became the reason for the battle royale genre becoming mainstream, PUBG: New State is set to introduce new standards for the genre for the new generation. In particular, this upcoming game makes use of an innovative rendering technology while offering a gunplay system on par with the PC version of PUBG. Players are sure to notice that New State’s graphical quality clearly pushes the boundaries of what was possible in the mobile platforms.

One of the things that players can look forward to in New State is the original gameplay features, weapon customization, a drone store, and even unique player recruitment, to name a few.

Once the game has officially launched, it will offer four unique maps, including Erangel and Troi set in the future. It goes without saying that there will be regular updates rich in new content and improved gameplay.

Other post-launch plans include a blueprint for ensuring active communication with fans. There’s also the plan to look into different initiatives that can meet the expectations set by the worldwide gaming community.

Anti-Cheat Plans

Another thing that players should be excited about is the anti-cheat system that hopes to offer a fair and safe gameplay environment. For example, the game is set to ban the use of any unauthorized program, keyboard and mouse, and even emulators. It’s also expected to actively detect and restrict hacks.

What do you think? Excited about this new game?

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