The Battlegrounds Mobile India beta version was released earlier today by PUBG Mobile developer Krafton for pre-registered users. The release date for Battlegrounds Mobile India is expected to be announced soon by the company. A sequel to the original PUBG is also being developed by the company. PUBG: New State will be released later this year, according to the developers. Pre-registration for the PUBG sequel began earlier this year. In addition, Krafton had resumed closed alpha testing of the game in the United States. The developers have now announced that alpha testing for the battle royale has come to an end and that the game has reached a significant milestone.
The Alpha Test for PUBG New State has come to an end
The closed alpha testing of the PUBG sequel, PUBG New State, has come to an end, according to Krafton, the developer of Battlegrounds Mobile India. The announcement came after the game surpassed 17 million pre-registrations worldwide.
Since its announcement in February 2021, pre-registration for Krafton’s upcoming game has been open. Within a few months, the PUBG sequel had over 10 million pre-registrations on the Google Play Store, according to the company. It also revealed the details of the closed alpha testing for US players. Krafton has now announced that the upcoming game’s alpha testing will be completed in less than a week.
The first map of New State, Troi, was recently teased by the developers. The 808 map includes a variety of locations such as an exhibition hall, a mall, a police station, and a tram factory, among others. In the coming days, the developers will release more episodes with more locations and maps. In-game customization will be available in the upcoming Krafton game, allowing players to build their own weapons using customization kits. These kits will improve the performance of weapons in a variety of ways, including fire mode selection and grenade launcher attachments.