On November 11, Krafton will release PUBG New State. The game will be built on the key elements of PUBG Mobile, but with more realism and sharper visuals. The game has already received more than 50 million pre-registrations globally, including in India.
Recently, PUBG New State stated that it is going to launch a Final technical test in different countries across the globe. Unfortunately, India cannot participate in this technical test. The list that the website published does not include India as one of the countries that are going to host this test.
Indian servers not available for PUBG New State’s Final technical test
A total of 28 countries are going to host the Final technical test organized by PUBG New State. However, out of all the Northeastern, Southeastern, and Middle East Asian countries, Indian servers are not available. But, Indian fans must not feel disappointed as the game is only three weeks away from its initial launch on November 11, 2021.
Apart from the list of countries the website also published various other information regarding the test.
Participation Eligibility for the Final technical test
This Technical Test will be offered to candidates who were chosen to take part in the Second Alpha Test back in August.
What is the content of the technical test?
As per the official website: “For the Technical Test, participants will be able to select between Troi and the new map, Erangel as their Battleground. Note: The content of this Technical Test may differ from the content that will be available when the game officially launches.“
The website also stated that the participant’s in-game progress in the technical test server will not be carried to the official launch server and all progress will be deleted.
Regarding hackers, the creators have also taken a firm stance against cheating. Krafton has stated that it would deploy “Anti-Tamper Technology” to combat cheaters and hackers. It will be intriguing to see if the measures work out successfully after the official launch of the game.