PUBG Game: 'New State' will officially release on 11 November

PUBG New State is set in 2051, a futuristic world, Troi. It is expected that the game will feature new weapons, vehicles and a better-rendered environment than the predecessor.

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The game developer Krafton Inc. in its hour-long online showcase event announced the release date of PUBG: NEW STATE. The game will officially launch on iOS and Android platforms on 11 November in more than 200 countries. They will release the game after a final Technical Test in 28 countries from 29-30 October.

PUBG New State is set in 2051, a futuristic world, Troi. It is expected that the game will feature new weapons, vehicles and a better-rendered environment than the predecessor. The creators are launching the game as a free-to-play next-generation mobile game in 17 different languages. The company claims that it has used state-of-the-art rendering technology and a gunplay system that is way far better than what is in the PC version of PUBG: BATTLEGROUNDS. The new game is set to have new and unique maps including futuristic Troi and the franchise staple Erangel. Krafton has promised that they will regularly update the game with new content and improved gameplay.

PUBG New state will have a new armour that is called Dyneema armour that gives added protection against 5.56mm, 9mm and .45 ACP ammo. On the contrary, the armour is weak against 7.62mm, 300 magnum and 12 gauge ammo. The creators have added a new car 'The Volta' and a two-wheeler 'Vulture' and a tram that is not vulnerable to attack. Interestingly, they have added a 'The Drone Shop' option through which the players can order supplies through a drone during the game.