Players have been waiting a long time for news about PUBG: New State, a follow-up to PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, or PUBG for short. The game seemingly came out of nowhere to completely dominate the gaming and streaming zeitgeist, but its mobile version, PUBG Mobile, is by far the most popular way to play.
Set in the year 2051, this new game will be a shake-up of the old PUBG formula. The original game first launched on PC in 2017, with the mobile version coming to Android and iOS a year later. PUBG Mobile quickly became a smash hit, surpassing one billion downloads and grossing more than $6 billion as of August 2021, so it’s no surprise that the sequel is coming straight to mobile.
While Tencent handled the development of the original PUBG Mobile game, PUBG: New State will be coming directly from PUBG Studios, the developers of PUBG on PC. Mobile games are new territory for PUBG Studios, so we’re interested to see how the new installment in the series will shape up.
After four years, mobile gamers will have a new playground to run around in with PUBG: New State, which is set to launch on Nov. 11th on iOS and Android, in 200 countries, and be playable in 17 languages.
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