PUBG New State launches in India, Check file size & system requirements here

The download link for the PUBG New State iOS app is set to go live on November 12.

PUBG New State has arrived, and it brings a slew of new features to the table, including a near-futuristic setting that should be a lot of fun to explore. The game features a slew of intriguing new mechanisms that will undoubtedly shake up the battle royale model, allowing players to engage with the game in new ways and experiment with fresh approaches to combating familiar problems.

The game is now available for download on the Google Play Store, so Android users can start playing PUBG New State right away. To get the game, simply go to the game’s page on the Google Play Store and install it.

The game introduces a number of new elements, including the Trunk, which allows players to store various items in the trunks of vehicles and carry them throughout the area. In essence, this allows players to carry significantly more treasure than before, but it also increases the probability that opposing players would benefit from it if they are able to take possession of the vehicle. PUBG New State will also be a visual treat, with ultra-realistic graphics that take advantage of technology like “global illumination” to become the gold-standard in terms of graphics on mobile, according to Krafton.

The file size on iOS is 1.5 GB, whereas the install size on the Store page is 1.4 GB. This is merely the initial download size; the game will take up more space as updates, patches, and other downloads become available. As a result, it is recommended that users leave extra storage space free for future upgrades.

System Requirements:

Because the game is a huge step up from PUBG Mobile and BGMI, it requires substantially more powerful hardware to perform smoothly. The game’s official system requirements are as follows:

64-bit processor (ABI arm64 or higher)
RAM: 2 GB or more
Android 6.0 or higher is required.
Vulkan 1.1 or higher / OpenGL 3.1 or higher

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