Due to technical issues, PUBG: The New State launch was delayed by two hours. In more than 200 countries, a new royale war game from the home of South Korean publisher Krafton was originally set to be released.
The creator, however, announced a halt to the launch just minutes after the game was meant to go live. PUBG: New State is touted to deliver the next generation royale battle experience to mobile devices – in conjunction with a PC PUBG: Battlefield.
Krafton said in a press release that the launch of PUBG: New State will take place at 15:00 KST (11:30 am IST) today (Thursday, November 11).
“In order to address some of the last-minute issues with cloud servers and ensure work is stable on launch, the official launch of PUBG: New State will be delayed by two hours,” the company said. working to resolve these issues and apologize to all our Saviors for this delay. ”
Players already registered for PUBG: New Zone are able to download games from Google Play and Apple App Store on their Android and iOS devices, respectively. However, due to technical issues, they are seeing the error “Cannot connect to the server”.
PUBG: The New State was announced in February as a new feature in the PUBG franchise. Since the release, the game has received more than 50 million previous registrations on both Android and iOS. Pre-registration for PUBG: New State Live in India in September.
Last month, Krafton announced the final test of PUBG: New State before its launch in 28 countries around the world, including Bahrain, Hong Kong, Korea, Myanmar, Nepal, and Singapore, among others.