PUBG: New State has received more than 40 million pre-registrations on Android and devices. Developer Krafton said that the battle royale game recently completed its second alpha test. Krafton also announced that it will announce the release date of the new game in October. PUBG: New State is scheduled to be released later this year. Earlier this month, pre-registration for the upcoming Battle Royale game in India began. Krafton announced the game globally in February, but its pre-registration was delayed due to the of the banned PUBG Mobile’s Indian avatar, Battlegrounds Mobile India.

In a press release, Krafton stated that its upcoming PUBG: New State has more than 40 million pre-registrations in Apple’s App Store and Google Play Store. It is worth noting that the pre-registered numbers on Android do not include China and Vietnam. According to Krafton, the Battle Royale game completed its second alpha test in 28 countries/regions last month. As mentioned earlier, the official release date of the game will be announced in October, and it is planned to be released as a free game later this year for Android and iOS.

PUBG: New State Executive Producer Minkyu Park said: “We are now focusing on collecting valuable feedback received during the second Alpha test of PUBG: New State, and perfecting the game before the official release later this year. We are investing all Resources ensure that PUBG: New State meets the expectations of our fans in terms of entertainment and stability.”

PUBG: New State is available for pre-registration on the App Store and Google Play. The Battle Royale game was first announced in February, and players who pre-register for the game will get some additional benefits. Krafton also shared a trailer showing the gameplay and mechanics of the upcoming game.

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The delay in opening PUBG: New State’s pre-registration is because developers are focusing on restarting the banned PUBG Mobile in India as Battlegrounds Mobile India.

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