If you were wondering how popular PUBG is on mobile, the answer is: a lot, given that 17 million people have signed up for PUBG’s upcoming mobile title: New State.
PUBG: New State was announced in February and described as “the only mobile successor to the original PC version of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.” It is a futuristic version of PUBG set after the events of the original game, in the year 2051. It should have “ultra-realistic graphics” that will surpass “what was previously possible in mobile game graphics”, along with some new gameplay mechanics. .like dodging, drone calls and support requests.
Pre-registration was opened following the announcement of the game, and players were able to register their interest through Google Play and the App Store. And it seems to have gotten a lot of attention, judging by the figures announced today by PUBG Corp.
“With the conclusion of New State’s PUBG: Closed Alpha, we are pleased to announce that we have also surpassed 17 million pre-registrations.” the game’s official Twitter account said. “We want to thank everyone for the incredible support that has allowed us to accomplish this incredible feat.”
PUBG: New State is expected to launch in 2021, and while there is no fixed release date, the game’s social media accounts anticipated yesterday that it could be “just around the corner.” Perhaps we shouldn’t be too surprised by the great interest – PUBG Mobile was revealed in March of this year. a billion times in total .
However, if you decide to pre-register and join those 17 million people, it appears that you will be notified when the game is available, along with access to a limited vehicle skin as a reward.
PUBG Corp seems to have a lot on the plate right now: the original PUBG is getting new maps and map remasters while a sci-fi horror game called The Callisto protocol will be released next year . It also looks like a PUBG themed game. a cowboy theme It is in the works, although we have significantly heard of the tie as it has yet to be officially announced.
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