PUBG: New State was released earlier this month and now the developers have announced that a host of fixes are coming in the next update. The update includes fixes for game control, lag issues, and several other optimizations. The developer team apologized for the inconvenience and confirmed that the patch update will be rolling out this week. Several users earlier reported bricking issues after the game prompted them to log in as a guest or using a social media account. It is unclear whether this issue will be resolved or not.
The developer team behind PUBG: New State, the latest from the publisher of popular battle royale games including Battlegrounds Mobile India, took Twitter to confirm that the patch update is released this week. The company says the update prioritizes game controls, lag, and optimizations. The rollout of the update would be incremental in nature.
As a reminder, PUBG: New State was launched on November 11 for Android and iOS devices in 200 countries, including India. Since then, several users have reported bugs and issues in the game. Users reported that their devices are bricked after downloading the game.
Tipster Mukul Sharma said his device running Android 12 won’t boot after installing PUBG: New State. Krafton, in a statement to Gadgets 360, had responded by saying that he had performed enough tests for devices with similar specs to the Samsung Galaxy S7 (or devices with 2GB of RAM) and confirmed the game worked properly.
PUBG: New State hit the one crore download mark on the Google Play Store in less than a week since its launch. The free battle royale game features updated graphics, a new Troi map, as well as new vehicles. It is also set in the future, unlike the original PUBG game.