PUBG: New State is a futuristic style multiplayer online battle royale that is set in the year 2051 and is the sequel to PUBG: Battlegrounds and PUBG Mobile. In PUBG: New State you are one of 100 players that are deployed by jumping out of a plane to a remote island called TROI where in order to survive you must utilize gear, vehicles, and consumables that are found strewn across the island to survive the shrinking battleground to become the 'last man standing'. PUBG: New State is available on Android and iOS. Take a look at our tips to get help in the game.
PUBG: New State Cheats, Tips Strategy
Below is a collection of hints and tips that will help you to survive and progress in the game. These include why you should avoid bridges and why you should not hoard consumables. As well as these hints and tips, we also have a beginners guide here which goes into more details on some of the tips we have below:
Deploying from the Plane
The most important thing when you deploy from the plane at the start of the game is knowing when to drop. If you are a beginner, it is recommended that you don't drop from the plane early into the path because you are likely to encounter other players from the beginning. Instead, wait for the plane to complete at least over half the flight path before dropping. The only downside to doing this is you may have to work harder to find decent loot.
Avoid Confrontations if you are a Beginner
If you're a beginner, your priority is to survive, and you should avoid going head-first towards opponents intent to kill them off. This tactic only works if you are a seasoned player who wants to increase your kills and assists. You will inevitably have to handle confrontations with other players when you reach the end of the game, but until then your objective should be to understand how the game works and then pick up the pace and go for a more aggressive playstyle when you become proficient at the game.
Prioritize Finding a Weapon
Make sure before you deploy from the plane you have a plan in mind as to what you are going to loot first. It is crucial that as soon as your boots hit the ground, you find a weapon as quickly as possible, as this will increase your chances of survival considerably. To begin with, don't worry about picking up supplements such as painkillers and energy drinks, as these items will not help you survive an encounter with an opponent who has already found a weapon. Once you have found a weapon, finding gear such as a helmet and armor should be the next agenda on your list. Take a look at our Weapon Tier List guide to find out which weapons you should be keeping an eye out for in PUBG: New State.
Don't Save Consumables
Don't hoard the consumables that you find, as these items do not carry over into the next game or increase your overall stats. Consumables such as painkillers and energy drinks will help you to regenerate your health and should be used as soon as you find them to ensure you have as much health as possible at all times. Take a look at our How to Revive a Dead Teammate guide to find out how you can bring back a dead teammate back into the game.
Spot Enemies Easier
A simple trick that will help you to spot enemies that are camping in grassy terrains is to keep the graphic settings of your mobile device at the lowest setting possible. Not only will doing this reduces the amount of foliage making it much less dense and easier to spot an enemy hiding there, it will also reduce the lag which will help you to play better.
Use the Blue Zone to your Advantage
In PUBG: New State, the playable map gets smaller as time progresses. Venturing outside the slowly decreasing blue circle will result in you taking damage to your health. In the early stages, taking damage outside the blue circle is small, but as the circle closes in on the last playable area, the damage you take increases. A tactic to avoid confrontations with the enemy is to take advantage of the blue zone by equipping yourself with health packs, painkillers, and energy drinks and hiding out in it in order to kill off enemies who are already damaged by its exposure. Make sure if you use do this that you don't linger too long in the blue zone, and you track your health bar.
Be weary of bridges in PUBG: New State, as you will find plenty of players that like to 'guard' them by setting up ambushes in order to stop other players from entering the safe zone and also kill them for their loot. You will find it is safer to swim to the other side or take a boat if you can find one.