PUBG New State: Latest Update Brings the BR Extreme 64 Mode Along With Other Bug Fixes and Updates
Popular mobile Battle Royale title PUBG: New State’s latest update has exciting additions for fans to enjoy, including new weapons, customization options and a game mode as well.
With the release of Update 0.9.23, PUBG: New State officially begins its first season following the conclusion of the preseason, and the developers have detailed some of the big changes in a recent blog post.
The highlight of the Krafton-developed title is its new 64 player game mode in BR: Extreme. The game mode takes place in Troi and with just 20 minutes of gametime per match, BR: Extreme provides a much faster Battle Royale experience that fans have never seen before on PUBG: New State.
Players start off the match with a P1911 handgun, a smoke grenade, 300 Drone Credits and a fully charged boost meters with just two Care Packages dropping in the beginning at random locations.
More items and vehicles will spawn in Troi compared to the normal mode, while the drone deliveries will be faster as well. Additionally, the wait time for redeploying teammates will be decreased by 60 seconds too.
Along with a new game mode in BR: Extreme, PUBG: New State will also introduce a new weapon to the title in the P90 SMG. The weapon will spawn in Care Packages, and it will include attachments like the standard tier-2 transformative scope and a suppressor. It will use the 5.70 mm ammo, which can only be purchased from the Drone Store.
The DP-28 sees some tweaks as well, as it will now have a muzzle slot where players can equip attachments like a Flash Hider or a Compensator. Other than that, the Beryl M762 will have a new Lightweight Stock which reduces bullet spread when firing from the hip or shoulder. However, it also decreases the weapon’s stability as well.
The recent update also saw a lot of weapon balancing changes, like the bullet spread of shotguns and pistols being reduced. Moreover, the game will also have a new Parkour Roll animation to break a fall, and players can try this out by tapping the Roll button right before they hit the ground.
With the commencement of Season 1, PUBG: New State players have a ton of amazing content to experience as the Battle Royale game continues to improve on all categories.