A couple of days ago, the developers of the mobile “battle royale” PUBG: NEW STATE announced the imminent start of the regional alpha test, and now they have announced the exact date. This stage will run from June 12 (04:00 Moscow time) through June 14 (06:59 Moscow time), but only in the United States. Randomly selected Android users who applied before June 6 will be able to participate.
During testing, the creators are going to test the performance of the early version of the game, the stability of servers and networks, as well as gameplay systems in development. Players will have access to a futuristic 8×8 km TROI map, where they can try out various features before launch and explore part of the PUBG 2051 universe.
“We want to leverage all the valuable community feedback and game data we receive during the alpha test to improve and deliver an experience that meets fan expectations when it launches,” said Minkyu Park, executive producer of PUBG: NEW STATE. “Our goal “To create truly enjoyable gameplay for players from all over the world, and we can’t wait to let people play.”
The full release of PUBG: NEW STATE on iOS and Android will take place in 2021.