The message was shared for 50 minutes PUBG: New State Online storefront today (October 22nd) with presentations by Executive Producer Minkyu Park, Creative Director Daehun Kim, Publishing Director Henry Chung and Anti-Cheat Unit Director Sangwan Kim.
As a continuation to PUBG Mobile set in 2051, New state offers a futuristic version of battle royale, such as the use of drones in the game. It also sees the return of PUBG battlefields Developer PUBG Studio, according to PUBG Mobile was handled by a Chinese company Tencent.
It will launch significantly more content than the original game, with four unique maps – one of which is the classic Erangel – while more updates and content are promised over time.
While the launch trailer contains pre-rendered film sequences, the game also offers a new “state-of-the-art rendering technology” at eye level Pc Visuals as New state positions itself as “the next generation mobile game” claiming that it will be “one of the most realistic and technologically advanced mobile games ever”.
A heavy emphasis was also placed on New state‘s anti-cheat strategy to create a safe and fair gaming environment. Kim noted that Krafton can prohibit the use of unauthorized programs, emulators, keyboard, and mouse, and can actively detect and restrict hacks to prevent fraud and protect the game’s code.
Elsewhere, PlayStation has announced a new 20-minute state-of-play presentation will air on October 27th and will focus on upcoming third-party releases for PS4 and PS5.