- PUBG New State pre-registrations for the iOS platform to being soon
- The new battle royale game is expected to launch later this year
- PUBG New State closed alpha testing will soon be available in the US only for Android
PUBG New State was announced back in February as a sequel to the popular game PUBG Mobile and is set to launch later this year. The game is currently up for pre-registration only on Android, with no details regarding PUBG New State iOS availability. However, that changes today as the company has released a new alpha testing trailer footage that reveals more details. in the new footage, Krafton has announced the PUBG New State pre-registrations for iPhone users will begin very soon and asked fans to check out the official website for all the latest details. Though a specific timeline hasn’t been revealed, we can expect an announcement in the next few weeks.
PUBG New State Android version has fetched a whopping 10-million pre-registrations since February, and we can expect a similar reception from iPhone users as well. As for the closed alpha testing, Krafton says registrations for alpha testing will kick off very soon and it will be available for Android in the US initially. However, based on the feedback, it will be made available to more parts of the world.
PUBG New State India launch
Though the company hasn’t explicitly mentioned where exactly the game would be launched, the video has also covered the India map in green, which could be a hint the launch in the country could be on cards.
But Battlegrounds Mobile India is coming soon
Krafton is gearing up to launch PUBG in India as Battlegrounds Mobile India soon. We can speculate that if PUBG New State indeed launches in the country, it will likely drop the ‘PUBG’ branding and may be launched under a different branding. During PUBG New State announcement, the company had stated that the India launch was not planned but the presence of an official Hindi language website that’s currently disabled suggests that it may eventually consider its launch.