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  PUBG New State Connection Unstable  

PUBG: New State just went live in India, Nepal, Pakistan, Maldives, and other 200 countries, but the excitement for many came to an abrupt end as the game keeps crashing and even banning players for simply having the Developer Options enabled on Android.

The game didn’t open up, instead, it showed an IP address link to open up in a browser. After opening the browser it said you have been banned from the game because of suspicious activity and one of those activities was having Developer Options enabled.

This game prevents you from being able to play unless you turn off developer options. That’s ridiculous! I hate cheaters as much as the next guy but PUBG should not be looking into my phone settings to sniff out potential cheaters.

Initially it didn’t work and the webpage opened up whenever I tried to launch. Came to know that the game won’t open if developer mode is enabled in android. Switched it off and the game launched.

PUBG New State Connection Unstable
PUBG New State Connection Unstable

Some users are even facing server issues while trying to launch the game. Matter of fact, most of the recent reviews of the game on the Play Store are 1-star due to the various issues.

It now seems that PUBG: New State is down for everyone. The game throws the error ‘Unable to connect to the server’ and gets stuck at 38% on the loading screen.

Based on images of PUBG: New State, the game looks similar to Call of Duty Warzone – another battle royale game preferred by PC and console gamers. The futuristic vibe; however, is akin to Call of Duty Black Ops 3 or Black Ops 4. The new game is set to dive deeper into the lore of the overall PUBG Universe.

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