The launch comes after Krafton completed a final technical test to iron out any last-minute kinks or issues that could cause disruption.
PUBG: New State will be released tomorrow, and it will usher in a new era for the Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds universe. The game, which takes place in the year 2051, has various unique elements and futuristic weapons. There is a lot of excitement surrounding the game, which was released for pre-order in India a few weeks ago, although the global edition was available for pre-order much earlier.
The launch is expected to take place after a final technical test is run to iron out any last-minute kinks or issues that could cause disruption.
“As we put some final touches on the game before launch, we can’t wait for you all to experience next-gen battle royale with PUBG: NEW STATE!” said Krafton in a statement.
So, while you’re getting ready to play PUBG: New State today, here are some tips to get you started. Check to see if your phone can run PUBG: New State by checking out Krafton’s minimum system requirements.
PUBG: New State will work if your phone has Android 6.0 Marshmallow or higher, a 64-bit processor (any new-generation Qualcomm, MediaTek, Exynos, or Unisoc chipset), and at least 2GB of RAM. Because some phones with 2GB of RAM run the Go edition of Android, the game will not work on them.
PUBG: New State will be released simultaneously on iPhone and iPad by Krafton. On your iPhone and iPod touch, you’ll need iOS 13.0 or later, and on your iPad, you’ll need iPadOS 13.0 or later. According to the App Store listing, the game is 1.5GB in size, so be sure your iPhone has enough space.