Krafton, the company that developed PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds announced that their latest offering, PUBG: New State will be getting a wider audience for its upcoming alpha testing later this month. Players can register for this phase of testing on the official website for the game from August 9, 2021. This will be the second phase of Alpha Testing. The first phase of testing happened earlier this year from June 11 to June 13, in the USA.
The company announced that this round of testing will include a larger audience. While the initial tweet did not clarify the geographical locations they were looking at, in a later announcement on the PUB: New Sate’s official website, it announced that players from Asia, Turkey and the MENA region will be able to register for this round of Alpha Testing.
The announcement detailed that the registrations for PUBG: New State will be live from August 9, 2021 (4:00 UTC+0) to August 23, 2021 (12:59 UTC+0). The selected testers will be announced at 4:00 UTC+0 on August 26, 2021. A mail will be sent to the selected testers on the same day. The testing phase will last from August 27, 2021 (5:00 UTC+0) to August 29, 2021 (11:00 UTC+0).
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PUBG: New State is the newest addition to the PlayersUnknown’s Battlegrounds franchise. The battle royale game is set in the fictional town Troi. The events take place in the year 2051, quite a leap from its predecessor. Although the game seems almost similar to the first one there are several additional features that players can explore. This includes the addition of drones, shields, options to customize weapons and many more.
Pre-registrations for the game have opened on the Google Play Store. Apple’s App Store will also open registrations some time later this month. Everyone who pre-registers for PUBG: New State will automatically become eligible for getting a permanent vehicle skin when the game officially launches.