PUBG: New State is the latest battle royale game from Crafton which was launched earlier this week in several countries including India. In just three days since its launch, the game has now crossed over 10 million installs over the weekend.
PUBG: New State had 1 million installs on the first day of its launch. Now, that number has increased a hundredfold
The high number of installs also comes as the game has had a troublesome launch for many, many early players on launch day with non-functional servers, slow loading times and even hard-bricked devices. do report. You can read more about PUBG: New State Launch Day Issues here.
PUBG New State: What’s New?
PUBG: New State brings a futuristic take on the classic battle royale experience made popular by its predecessor, PUBG Mobile. Founded in 2051, New State comes with a new map, new weapons, new strategies, and larger urban structures like malls and multi-storey buildings.
The game also brings new equipment like remote control drones, ballistic shields, neon sights and “combat balancing ability” that will add a whole new dynamic to your gameplay. There are several little additions like the bullet-meter HUD (Heads Up Display) that show you how many bullets are left in your clip in both numbers and graphs.
PUBG: The new state will introduce futuristic sports cars, motorcycles, dune buggies, speedboats and hang gliders for transportation. Vehicles now also have storage capacity and users can store elements such as ammo and supplies in the trunks of their cars, allowing them to carry more supplies in their backpack than if they had a vehicle.
PUBG: New State is currently available for download on both the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store.