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PUBG New State Exceeds 40 Million Pre-Registrations Worldwide

PUBG New State Exceeds 40 Million Pre-Registrations Worldwide. Earlier, Krafton announced a brand new, futuristic approach to PUBG Mobile. They named it PUBG: New State earlier this year. 

In the meantime, the company began pre-registration for the game for Android in February and recently, in India also. Today, Krafton has declared that it has crossed 40 million pre-registrations of PUBG: New State worldwide.

However, Krafton updates this news on Twitter. Krafton thanked players for their “endless support” and posted a photo of the massive amount of registrations. Below is the tweet shared by Krafton.

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In the meantime, it’s important to mention that the pre-registration figure of 40 million excludes player sign-ups coming from China and Vietnam. 

In addition, the company stated that it would announce an official date for the release of the game PUBG New State sometime in October.

Earlier, Krafton decided not to launch PUBG: New State in India because it would prefer to concentrate on BGMI when it launches. 

Krafton also announced that it had completed the second beta test for the game PUBG: New State in 28 countries in August. 

The game is almost prepared for launch and scheduled to launch on the 8th of October to the 40 million pre-registered players.

Perhaps, you’re looking to play PUBG: New State but aren’t already registered. If so, we suggest you do it through either the Application Store or Google Play Store using the relevant links right now.

Sarah Taylor
10 years of experience in writing, journalism, and producing exclusive articles, Sarah became one of the popular writers in News Gater. With her skills, she broke into the journalism game by writing on blogs. However, she is highly dedicated to games, sports, and entertainment news.

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