PUBG New State, a sequel that aims to redefine the genre and will arrive this year, was recently announced.
In recent years we have seen several games that have become fashionable and even many that have given rise to a new genre. PUBG was one of the driving forces behind the battle royale games that have been so fashionable for some time now. From there was born PUBG Mobile, a free-to-play that has caused a sensation and has generated a real milestone.
A few weeks ago PUBG New State was announced, a sequel with a futuristic setting.
PUBG Corp. has made official through its Twitter account that PUBG Mobile has surpassed one billion downloads combining the figures for iOS and Android devices. “Players, it’s time to level up! PUBG Mobile just hit 1 million downloads across the globe! Stay tuned for an amazing new update,” reads the tweet posted by the official account, accompanied by a short video where they celebrate the mark.
— PUBG MOBILE (@PUBGMOBILE) March 22, 2021
Data are also reflected in the company’s figures. A few months ago we told you that PUBG Mobile had exceeded 3 billion dollars in profits since its launch in 2018. We recall that it is a free game, whose paid content is based on microtransactions. A figure that, for sure has grown in the last year and that will also be supported with the future of the saga.
PUBG New State is on the way
A few weeks ago PUBG New State was announced, a sequel to the successful PUBG and that will take place several years after what happens in the original, set in the year 2051. That will give rise to new combinations of weapons and the use of a completely new battlefield called TROI, where you will have the opportunity to discover how the universe has evolved.
And although it is still early days, there seems to be a desire to beat the records with PUBG New State, which is just a few days surpassed more than five million pre-registrations on Google Play. Its launch is scheduled for the end of the year.