Kreditol.com – KRAFTON is hosting a new PUBG: NEW STATE Alpha Test this August in certain regions in Asia and MENA & Turkey. In addition to being available for Android users, this upcoming Alpha Test will also be open for iOS users.
PUBG: NEW STATE’s Second Alpha Test will be focused on measuring an early version of the game’s performance, server and network stability, and in-development gameplay systems. The feedback we receive during the Alpha Test will help ensure we meet the expectations of the community when PUBG: NEW STATE is released later this year. During the Alpha Test, players will be able to drop into Troi, a futuristic 8×8 map, where they will be able to experience distinct gameplay features in advance of launch and explore a section of the PUBG universe in 2051.
Please see below for key details.
Application Period: August 9, 2021 (04:00 UTC +0) – August 23, 2021 (12:59 UTC +0)
Alpha Test: August 27, 2021 (05:00 UTC +0) – August 29, 2021 (11:00 UTC +0)
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The Alpha Test will be available to players in the following regions:
- Hong Kong
- South Korea
- Sri Lanka
- Chinese Taipei
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MENA & Turkey
- Saudi Arabia
- United Arab Emirates
A lot of players outside of these regions are eager to jump into PUBG: NEW STATE, but it’s important for us to conduct a regional Alpha Test to measure performance, network stability, and key in-development gameplay systems to ensure that we can give you the best gaming experience at launch. By limiting the Alpha Test to these regions, it allows us to gather key data without diverting too many resources away from development.
It’s hard to believe, but PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) – the game widely considered to have sparked the battle royale frenzy of recent times – launched more than four years ago.
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In that time, the likes of Fortnite, Apex Legends and Warzone have continued the gaming world’s obsession with the last-man-standing mode, and only now is PUBG finally getting an entirely new title – though it’s coming exclusively to mobile.
Called PUBG: New State, the game was revealed in February 2021 alongside a cryptic announcement trailer which has, naturally, left fans eager to learn more about the upcoming survival shooter.
How eager? Well, the game’s developer, Krafton, recently announced that over 28 million pre-registrations have been processed on the Google Play Store in anticipation of its arrival, with pre-registration now also available on the App Store. Doing so gets you an exclusive vehicle skin, but the real benefit is getting the latest updates – including when you can play.
We still don’t know exactly when that’ll be, but since alpha testing got underway in June – and is set to resume again in August – we’re anticipating New State’s arrival in the last quarter of 2021. Here, we break down everything we know about the game, from its premise to its new features.
We’ll update this page with new details as they’re released, so stay tuned to TechRadar for all the latest PUBG info.
PUBG Mobile New State release date and price
There’s been no announcement of an official PUBG New State release date just yet, though Krafton has confirmed it will arrive for both iOS and Android devices in “late 2021.”
Players have been able to join timed alpha tests, though, with one Android Police reporter able to capture a whole hour of gameplay (which you’ll find further down this article). Those tests have since concluded, but it’s a good sign that development on the game is near completion.
More alpha testing is set to take place in late August, too, for players across Asia, the Middle East, Turkey and Egypt, meaning we can’t realistically expect the game to arrive as early as September. For a “late 2021” launch to remain accurate, then, it’s safe to assume a release date of somewhere between October and December.
We can’t wait to see all you Survivors on the Battlegrounds soon!