PUBG: New State kicked off its holiday celebrations with two new redemption codes that grant free rewards to players of the popular Battle Royale game. After the game recently passed the 45 million download mark, Krafton says it shared these codes to thank players for their support. In-game rewards include “Winter Carnival” receipts and chicken medals. Both are now available to all players and up for grabs until next month, according to Krafton. The publisher has a dedicated website where players can claim these rewards. These can only be claimed once per account ID and will be delivered to players via the in-game messaging section.
PUBG New State Redeem Codes: How to Claim
These rewards cannot be claimed by users on their smartphones. Instead, users must visit a website set up by Krafton in order to redeem redemption codes. Here are the steps to claim the Free Chicken Medals and Free Cash Tickets in PUBG: New State.
- Visit the PUBG: New State website.
- Type one of the redemption codes (listed below) on the web page.
- Open PUBG: New State on your phone and open game settings.
- Press the Basic and write down your account ID.
- Enter your account ID on the redemption website.
- Solve the CAPTCHA and click Redeem.
PUBG New State Free Cash Tickets Redeem Codes
The first redemption code shared by Krafton is WINTERCARNIVAL15, which will allow users to access the Winter Carnival Cashier. Players can access winter-themed skins, accessories and clothing as well as in-game vehicle themes. Users will need to claim this redemption code by January 6, and all users from PUBG: New State will be able to claim the reward once per Account ID.
Free PUBG New State Chicken Medals Redeem Codes
PUBG: New State uses different types of in-game currencies such as NC and Chicken Medals. The latter is used to unlock in-game crates to unlock special content, and Krafton is now offering six Chicken Medals for free with the redemption code WINTERHOLIDAY. All PUBG: New State users are eligible to claim this reward, and it can be redeemed before January 10.