PUBG: New State pre-registrations on Google Play Store cross 5 million within a week
PUBG: New State has crossed 5 million pre-registrations within a week on a Google Play Store, the company claimed on Twitter.
PUBG: New State or PUBG Mobile 2 has crossed five million pre-registrations on Google Play within a week of releasing the pre-registration link. The game, which is being published by South Korean video game holding company, Krafton, will likely not come to India, as per some reports.
PUBG: New State pre-registrations on the Google Play play store started on February 25. The company took to Twitter to announce that it has crossed the five million mark within a week. Do note that India wasn't included in the pre-registration.
"You did it! We did it! Thanks to our AMAZING community, we've hit over 5 million pre-registrations on Google Play within a week! We're excited to share more exclusive info soon, so keep an eye on our social channels and spread the word," the tweet by PUBG: New State read.
PUBG: New State will not launch in India, PUBG Mobile might
According to a report in Sportskeeda, which quoted Krafton, PUBG Mobile could soon launch in India. However, keep in mind that the government has not yet confirmed the re-launch of the battle royale game in India.
However, Karafton has no plans to bring the new PUBG: New State game in India, which is why the company did not open pre-registration of the game in the country. "With Krafton doing everything it can to prepare for the launch of a new PUBG app specifically developed and serviced for India, it has decided not to include pre-registration for PUBG: New State in India," the report quoted a Karfton representative.
Published:Fri, March 05, 2021 7:30pm