With PUBG: New State, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is led into the future, but only on mobile platforms. The first alpha test phase has now been announced.
PUBG: New State promises to be an interesting further development of the previous battle royale formula from PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds in a nearby sci-fi setting. The new mobile title is still a long time coming, but the first alpha test phase is now casting its shadow.
However, those interested in local regions must first of all be strong, because Europe will not be served in this first test phase. Krafton announced that initially selected Android users in the USA will be allowed to participate. There will be tests in the period from June 11th to 13th, with registrations on the official website
The alpha test, which is only valid for the USA, will primarily test and check the server and network stability as well as the current gameplay system of the early game version. The resulting feedback will help meet community expectations when the full version is released later this year. During the test phase, players end up in Troi, a futuristic 8×8 map, where they can try out various gameplay features and explore part of the PUBG universe in 2051 before it is released.