PUBG: New State for iOS gets better graphics, fixes app crashes in new update

If you are using PUBG: New State on an iPhone, there are a lot of improvements on the way with a new update.


  • PUBG: New State has received a new update for iOS and Android.
  • The iOS version of the game now has better graphics and crashes less often.
  • Krafton fixed a number of issues with the PUBG: New State update.

PUBG: New State had a rough start, but Krafton, the developers of the new Battle Royale, took care of rolling out fixes to make the experience easier. Now a new update for PUBG: New State has arrived for the iPhone and fixes important aspects of the game such as its poor graphics, while the app crashes have also been fixed. The company has also performed scheduled maintenance on PUBG: New State, so some minor bugs and annoyances should be avoided as well.

“We would like to thank all of the survivors for their patience and we promise to provide the best possible gaming environment in PUBG: NEW STATE. For iOS users, be sure to update the game in the App Store to the latest version before returning to the battlefield! ”Krafton said in a press release.

There are three strengths of this update: it fixes the issue where images would be deleted due to the anti-cheat system, it improves the overall graphics quality of the game, and it fixes the PUBG issue: applying New State hangs abnormally on the iphone. And while these major issues have been resolved, Krafton warned gamers that using high graphics on the iPhone “can cause overheating.” To avoid this, you will need to determine the best settings based on your iPhone.

Krafton’s patch isn’t just limited to iOS, it also brings some improvements to the Android version of PUBG: New State. The abnormal app crash that occurs occasionally has been fixed, while the issue where pressing the GO TO LOBBY button in-game would cause it to freeze has also been addressed with this fix. The patch also makes some in-game balance improvements. In addition to fixes for gameplay issues, the patch fixes two other issues, one of which made some airdrops stronger than others and the other improves the direction and distance of the sound to make the sound of footsteps more audible.

A wide-angle field of view option also arrived with the patch. This will allow you to see more of the frame so you can better spot enemies. The quality of hand-to-hand movement in FPP mode has also been updated, while the issue with the animation getting out of sync when using an item in FPP mode has also been fixed. Besides these notable changes, there is a long list of issues that Krafton claims to have fixed with the new patch. You can check them out on the PUBG: New State website.

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