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‘PUBG: New State’ Is Getting a Second Alpha Test This Month with iOS Support, Expanded Country Support, and More

Krafton’s PUBG: New State has been looking better with every bit of new gameplay showcased following the original reveal. The upcoming PUBG: New State for iOS and Android has had pre-registrations go live on Android, new map details revealed, a closed alpha, and more showcased over the months. The company just announced a second closed alpha for PUBG: New State set to begin later this month. Signups for this closed alpha will go live on August 9th with support for iOS (finally), additional countries, and more. This test will focus on measuring server stability, new gameplay systems, and performance. It will include Troi. Watch the PUBG: New State second closed alpha announcement video below:

The full list of supported countries and regions for this closed alpha is here. You need to have iPhone 6s and later with iOS 13 or later on the iOS side of things, and a device with Android 6.0 and later with 2GB RAM or more on the Android side of things for this closed alpha. You will be able to sign up here from August 9th to August 23rd. Pre-downloading will begin from August 26th while the game servers will be available from August 27th to 29th. If you’re not in a supported country for the second closed alpha, you can still pre-register for the Android version of PUBG: New State on Google Play. Hopefully we see how PUBG: New State will look and run on modern iOS devices soon after the closed alpha is live. Did you manage trying the closed alpha or are you going to try to get into the second one ahead of the PUBG: New State release date on iOS and Android this year?