BGMI got banned in July 2022. After the game got banned, the players and fans eagerly awaited the game's return. BGMI played a massive role in the growth of Esports in India. But the question remains, what if BGMI is not returning at all? What happens now? The answer is PUBG Mobile: New State.
PUBG Mobile: New State was launched on 11th November 2021. The game has surpassed 50 million downloads. The game is similar to PUBGM and BGMI, 100 players fight among themselves in solo, duo, or squad to earn the WWCD. The things that make New State different and can catch the attention of gamers are -
The map: TROI is a map set up in 2051 with a futuristic environment and buildings.
New features include drones, ballistic shields, neon sights, combat balancing ability, reviving dead teammates, and "recruiting" downed enemies. Vehicles include futuristic cars, buggies, motorcycles, speedboats, and gliders.
Other features include weapon customization with different firing mode selections, grenade launchers, grips, sights, silencers, and other weapon accessories.
Amidst the BGMI ban, New State has a huge scope for growth in India. The reasons are similar gameplay but a completely different futuristic environment for the players. There is no such competition as the game is new. Every organization whether large or small can make it big. Every organization should start early because New State is the future of Esports in India.
Bigger organizations who were heavily investing in BGMI have also started investing in PUBGM: New State like S8UL Esports, Godlike Esports, Enigma Gaming, Xo Esports, Global Esports, and others too. They have started signing players and announcing their teams. It shows that they also agree that after the BGMI ban, New State can be the next big thing in the Indian Gaming scenario.
PUBGM: New State gets a huge start after KRAFTON announces a 1cr LAN tournament - ESL Snapdragon Pro Series. A massive start for the New State in India. It gave everyone a feeling of nostalgia after seeing the announcement, it took everyone back to their backs when PUBGM was launched in India and announced its first tournament which was PMIS. From PMIS to ESL Snapdragon Pro Series it’s been a roller coaster ride for India Gaming.
Global Esports owner, Dr. Rushindra Sinha also commented on this by saying, “ The game isn’t coming back anytime soon. The silence from the publisher and the government should be telling enough, the fact that KRAFTON invested in hosting a 1cr PUBG Mobile New State LAN tournament.”
PUBG Mobile: New State is the future!!!