PUBG New State Game Crash Issues Fixed in New Update Available on Google Play Store

The update fixes some of the more persistent issues in the game.


PUBG New State is finally out, and players have gotten their first few hours with the game in, but it looks like there might be a couple of kinks to iron out, still. Since launch, Krafton and the dev team have been hard at work try and iron out any and all issues that have popped, including those that prevented players from beign able to check their rewards and currencies in their Inventory.

While PUBG New State has been received quite well by the fanbase at large, there does seem to be a number of fixes that the game still requires. To that end, the devs have just put out an optional update that fixes system issues, but only for Android devices.

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PUBG New State optional update available on Google Play Store

Earlier this morning, PUBG New State was taken down for maintenance to resolve a persistent log-in issues, which the team was finally able to plug after an extended period of maintenance. The optional update will hopefully be able to fix many of these issues in order to ensure that the players are able to experience the game in the best possible way.

The optional update implements the following fixes for the game:

  • Changed the default Graphics API settings to OpenGL ES for devices that do not support Vulkan.
  • Fixed game crashes related to the Vulkan API that occurred on certain devices
  • Fixed an issue where optimizing the game right after launching it would cause the game to crash.
  • Fixed other issues that would cause system crashes within the game.

To update the game, simply head to the Google Play Store, head to PUBG New State’s page, and Tap the “Update” button to download. Additionally, if users are unable to download the update, head to Settings > Application > Google Play Store > Storage > “Delete Cache” and then download the update.