As 2022 arrives, PUBG: New State is all set to offer gamers a new map and a bunch of exciting freebies to keep them engaged with.
Krafton, the publisher of the game, has already announced that a set of major updates will be released shortly. One can expect more information pertaining to what they will be offering fans soon. As far as the map is concerned, though it has not been officially launched, Krafton has offered a sneak peek of it.
PUBG: New State was launched worldwide in November last year. It was touted to be the next big battle royale title for those who enjoy playing games extensively on their phones. Krafton has put out three distinctive images to offer fans an idea about the new PUBG: New State map that will be released in mid-2022. The map seems to comprise of plains and hills along with a central city tower and several modern buildings.
While you can expect some more information about the new map to drop in from time to time, the first batch of updates for PUBG: New State this year will come out before March. Krafton has clearly mentioned that one of its top priorities this year is to keep rolling out updates and making improvements to its games at regular intervals. It has promised fans that the team will work harder to ensure that all the expectations the fans have this year from them are fulfilled.
In an official statement, the gaming publisher stated that it will do everything possible to make sure that the “best service and gaming experience” is provided to all, irrespective of where they live and which device they play the game on. To build better-quality Battlegrounds, the company stated, it will consider the feedback provided by the gamers very seriously.
This year, Krafton came up with several other interesting ways to spread New Year cheer among gamers. Apart from three royale chest crate tickets, the company has also provided gamers with six chicken medals. A coupon code “HAPPYNEWSTATE” has also been provided that gamers can redeem on a particular page to get their hands on the virtual freebies.