PUBG New State Announces Second Alpha Test For Asia, MENA, And Turkey

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PUBG: New State Announces Second Alpha Test for Asia, MENA, and Turkey

The second alpha test has been announced for a new set of regions.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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The second alpha test for the PUBG: New State has been announced for Asia, MENA, and Turkey, this time for both Android and iOS devices.
The registration for the second alpha test is currently going on and interested players can register themselves until 23rd August, 12:59 UTC.
The alpha test will itself be taking place from 27th August, 05:00 UTC to 29th August, 11:00 UTC. Participants will be allowed to stream their gameplay and create content around it.

PUBG: New State has announced their Second Alpha Test following the conclusion of the first that took place in June earlier this year. Unlike last time when the alpha test was conducted for just the Android users in the USA, this time the alpha test has been announced for Asia, MENA (the Middle East and North Africa), and Turkey for both Android and iOS users. This time the alpha test will be focusing on measuring an early version of the game's performance, server, and network stability. The developers further stated that, "We are ready to invite a much wider audience to come and experience PUBG: New State."

PUBG: New State Second Alpha Test - Complete Details

The highly anticipated second alpha test of the upcoming futuristic mobile Battle Royale PUBG: New State is finally here, this time for the iOS users also. The developers had teased its release a few days back on 7th August, announcing it immediately after.

Second Alpha Test: Schedule

  • Interested players can apply for the second alpha test between 9th to 23rd August, with the applications set to close at 12:59 UTC.

  • Shortlisted candidates will get a pre-download timeline lasting from 26th August, 02:00 UTC to 27th August, 1:59 UTC, to get their hands on the game.

  • The list of all the shortlisted candidates will be announced by the developers on the official website on 26th August at 4:00 UTC. Additionally, an email will also be sent to all the selected participants.

  • The main alpha test period in itself would take place from 27th August, 05:00 UTC to 29th August, 11:00 UTC.

  • Selected participants are free to stream the game or make content around the game during the alpha test duration.

Second Alpha Test: Regions

Unlike last time when the alpha test was limited to just the USA, this one is being released for Asia, Mena, and Turkey. Both Android and iOS users will be able to participate in the second alpha test.

Asia countries eligible to participate in the second alpha test,

  • Cambodia

  • Hong Kong

  • Indonesia

  • Japan

  • Laos

  • Macao

  • Malaysia

  • Maldives

  • Myanmar

  • Nepal

  • Philippines

  • Singapore

  • South Korea

  • Sri Lanka

  • Chinese Taipei

  • Thailand

India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh have both not been included from the South Asia region.

MENA countries eligible for the second alpha test,

  • Bahrain

  • Egypt

  • Iraq

  • Jordan

  • Kuwait

  • Lebanon

  • Oman

  • Qatar

  • Saudi Arabia

  • Turkey

  • United Arab Emirates

  • Yemen

Second Alpha Test: Minimum Device Specifications

For an optimal experience players with Android and iOS devices that fulfil the following requirements will only be selected for the upcoming alpha test,

  • Android OS 6.0 or higher and has at least 2GB of RAM.

  • iOS devices that are iPhone 6S or higher and run iOS 13.0 or higher.

Second Alpha Test: How to Apply

  • Interested players need to head over to the website by 'Clicking Here'.

  • Players then need to click on 'Apply for Alpha Test'.

  • They can then make their choice between Android or iOS, depending on what device they are using.

  • Players then need to fill out the final form, which seals their participation for the alpha test.

Finally, players who pre-register for PUBG: New State from 25th February until the game's official release will also receive a limited vehicle skin permanently.

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Aditya is the in-house CS:GO writer at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.