PUBG: New State Second Alpha Test Registrations to Begin on August 9

Let’s take a look at more details on the PUBG New State second alpha testing, maps, etc.

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PUBG New State

PUBG: New State is expected to release later this year. The PUBG Mobile sequel will come with major new updates. It will have new maps and also include multiple new weapons and other in-game elements. Krafton had made the game available for pre-registration. Until July 9, PUBG New State got over 20 million registrations. The game was also made available for alpha testing on Android for a limited time in the US. Krafton has now announced that it is expanding the second alpha testing to more regions. The second alpha testing will also be made available on iOS devices. Let’s take a look at more details on the PUBG: New State second alpha testing, maps, etc.

PUBG: New State alpha testing coming to iOS

PUBG: New State second alpha testing will be available in 28 more regions. The game will also be available on iOS devices for alpha testing. The second alpha testing kicks off on August 27 and will continue till August 29. Krafton is yet to release the list of 28 regions that will be a part of the second alpha testing.

Users can register for the second alpha testing starting August 9 on New State’s official website. The game is expected to release in September on both Android and iOS devices. Krafton is expected to make the official release date announcement following the completion of the second alpha testing round.

Ahead of the official release, the company has teased one of the new in-game maps. Troi, an 8×8 map has multiple locations like Exhibition Hall, Mall, Police Station, Tram Factory, etc. It will also come with several options for in-game customisation. These include building custom weapons that offer performance enhancements, fire mode selection, and grenade launcher attachments. What are your thoughts on the PUBG sequel? Do let us know in the comments below.

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