After its initial reveal in February this year, PUBG: New State news has been scarce. Today, a PUBG: New State regional closed alpha has been revealed for Android. This closed alpha will be available only in USA and on Android. Feedback from this will allow the developers to bring it to a larger audience worldwide in the near future. If you missed out on the announcement before, PUBG: New State is a new battle royale experience. PUBG: New State is in development for iOS and Android devices promising realistic visuals and massive open worlds aiming to feel like a next-generation mobile experience. PUBG: New State still includes 100 players dropping into a map using varied weapons and strategies to survive with the help of vehicles and more but there are changes to the gunplay with PUBG Studio aiming to offer a more realistic experience. PUBG: New State will also include drones, combat rolls, and more in the 8×8 km maps including the brand new battleground TROI. The game is set years after the original in 2051. Watch the PUBG: New State closed alpha announcement trailer below:
In addition to the reveal of the PUBG: New State closed alpha set for Android in USA with registrations set to go live in a few days, we also finally get a small update on PUBG: New State iOS pre-orders. The closed alpha announcement video confirms that pre-orders for PUBG: New State for iOS will go live very soon. PUBG: New State is published by Krafton and it is set to launch this year globally (not including China, Vietnam, and India). Ahead of the PUBG: New State release date, pre-registrations are now live on Google Play here. Check out the official PUBG: New State website here. Do you still play PUBG Mobile regularly and what do you think of its current state compared to Call of Duty: Mobile?