Happy New Year 2022 gift from PUBG New State: Redeem code for freebies, new map
Happy New Year! It could be happier if you are a fan of PUBG New State. On the occasion of new year, developer Krafton is sharing some goodies for free to all players of PUBG New State. One that you can avail right now and until January 10 is a free redeem code for some freebies in the game. Additionally, there's a brand new map coming to the game.
“Although it was a rocky start, we’ve been hard at work to improve the Battlegrounds of 2051, and we’re honored that you’ve been with us every step of the way,” said Krafton.
PUBG New State free redeem code for New Year
Players of PUBG New State can make use of the code “HAPPYNEWSTATE” for free. Using this code will gift players 6 Chicken Medals and 3 Royal Chest Tickets, all of which can be of great help within the game. The redeem code is applicable on both Android and iOS devices.
PUBG New State new map coming in 2022
“We've been busy preparing a lot of new content, which we plan on rolling out in 2022,” said Krafton. “The first batch of major updates will be released in the first two months of 2022, and the details will be revealed at a later date -- so keep an eye out for what's coming!”
Some images of the upcoming map have been shared by Krafton, giving us a faint idea of what to expect from the map. There's no name given yet but the preview shows futuristic industrial building dominating the landscape, rocky hills, lush green landscapes, and an overall diverse landscape. The map will be available alongside the Troi and Erangel maps.
Krafton says that the map will be available to players of PUBG New State sometime in 2022. The publisher also said that it wants to meet the expectations of players with the game. "We also want to make sure to provide all our global Survivors the best service and gaming experience, regardless of location or device. We will strive to actively seek to open and transparent communication with all our Survivors and listen to the community to build better Battlegrounds together.”