PUBG New State, futuristic take on the classic PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has finally landed! It was easily one of the most anticipated mobile games of this year and we finally get to have a detailed look at what it brings.
For starters, we already knew that it was going to be basically PUBG on cutting edge steroids for the most part. However, once the game starts, it is most certainly that and a lot more.
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PUBG New State Download
The game is already up for download on both Android and iOS. To download the game, head over to the Google Play Store or Apple App Store. The base game is listed as 1.4GB for Android and 1.5GB for iOS devices.
In addition, once the base game downloads and you finally enter the game, there is a small download on the loading screen as well. Apart from that, players also do need to download the maps in the game. Once that is done, your PUBG New State download has finally been taken care of and you can dive in on your very first game.
PUBG New State Maps, Gameplay and More
Right off the bat, we can see that the game indeed does look a tad bit different than PUBG. While the classic PUBG has a more vivid colour scheme, we can see that New State uses a slightly different palette. Moreover, the game looks more polished and detailed when it comes to textures.
We see a more urban setting with bigger buildings and other huge constructions spread out across the map. This will allow more room for intense gunfights especially when there are multiple teams landing in one location.
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Maps and Vehicles
Talking about maps, we can see three different maps. TROI is the main map in the game which adheres to the theme of PUBG New State. We also get to see the classic Erangel map in the game. Moving on to vehicles, the game will be replacing the classic PUBG two and four wheelers with more futuristic options.
Moreover, we also get to see a Grand Launching and Pre-Season Launch Event. Both of these are login events and require players to log in everyday for five days and 10 days to claim all the rewards. Additionally, players who had pre-registered the game will also be getting cool in-game rewards like a car skin, frame and more.
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PUBG New State also brings a new type of battle pass to the table. What is known as the Royal Pass in PUBG comes as Survivor Pass in New State. The Survivor Pass works similarly and brings several exciting in-game rewards to the table. Moreover, players who purchase the Premium Pass gets their hands on exclusive in-game cosmetics as well.
As mentioned before, the game pays more attention to detail and upgrading the overall fun of playing the game. For starters, weapons now get a new bullet counter which allows players to see how many bullets are left in a magazine. We also get to see other new on-screen elements like kill-assists, number of players that are alive and more.
PUBG New State System Requirements
PUBG New State Android
CPU: 64-bit (ABI arm64 or higher)
RAM: 2GB or higher
OS: Android 6.0 or higher
Open GL 3.1 or higher / Vulkan 1.1 or higher
PUBG New State iOS
iPhones need to run at least iOS 13.0 or later. When it comes to iPads, they require iPadOS 13.0 or later. Lastlt, iPod touch requires iOS 13.0 or later to run the game.
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