According to an article on DroidGamers website, PUBG: New State Smashes Past 5m Pre-registrations in a Week.
PUBG: New State, the continuation of massively famous battle royale game PUBG Mobile, has received over 5 million pre-registration within seven days after going live on the Android Google Play Store.
We’re uncertain about whether that is some sort of record, but rather it’s a ton – especially given that China, India, and Vietnam are excluded. The achievement is additionally a decent marker of how bustling the PUBG: New State servers will be when the game available to play.
About The Gameplay. PUBG: New State will see you accomplishing pretty much what you do in PUBG Mobile: going around on a shrinking war zone attempting to kill everyone before they kill you.
It’s more graphically complex than its predecessor, however, with “super sensible” visuals and a grittier, more grounded look. The game’s 2051 setting sees you investigating a post-apocalyptic world challenged by vicious groups using mechanically progressed weapons and equipment.
PUBG: New State would be launched “in 2021”, which isn’t gigantically promising for the impatient. It’ll be free to-play, obviously, and you get a exclusive vehicle skin for Pre-registration.