PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is known to get a more modern spin-off on mobile platforms with PUBG: New State. Even before it is actually available, it turns out to be a million-dollar success.
In a press release today, Krafton confirmed that PUBG: New State has already broken the mark of over 10 million pre-registrations in the Google Play Store alone. The Android pre-registration does not even include the high-user markets of India, China and Vietnam.
PUBG: New State had previously cracked five million pre-registrations within the first week of the announcement; the success story of the game seems to be preprogrammed in view of the continued great interest. The 10 million mark was reached in a total of 170 counted countries around the globe within 43 days of being launched in the Google Play Store.
It is still not clear when the new battle royale shooter will actually be launched. After all: In selected regions, the first alpha test phases are to be completed in the course of the second quarter of 2021. Further information in this regard should follow at a later date.
Pre-registrations are still possible via Google Play possible. If you register, you can secure an exclusive vehicle skin and new information about the game in this way. Pre-orders for iOS via the App Store will follow at a later date.