The expected December maintenance and following update for PUBG New State has been postponed once more, with the developers claiming an ongoing delay in the app review as the cause. The major update for PUBG New State was supposed to happen on December 9, but it's been pushed back a few times already.
Surprisingly, users who were unable to download the latest version would receive free goodies. The December update to PUBG New State brought a number of bug patches, new weaponry, and new incentives for players. Players might get free gifts as compensation for the pause because the update has been postponed by the corporation.
The gamers have received 5,000 BP and 2 Royale Chest Tickets in their in-game mail. PUBG released this information via its official Twitter account.
In addition, on December 14, players will win two Chicken Medals, three on December 15, four on December 16, and so on. Each day until maintenance, the number of Chicken Medal prizes will rise by one. In PUBG: New State, Chicken Medals are a type of in-game money that can be used to unlock special crates. Every day at 9 a.m. UTC, Krafton will give out the prizes (2:30 pm IST).
A new weapon (L85A3), two new vehicles, Survivor Pass Vol. 2, a new Lobby theme, and more will be included in the promised patch. In addition, it will include a new Merit Points System to reward or punish player behaviour.
Electron and Mesta, two new vehicles, will be added to PUBG: New State. Electron, an electric-powered minibus, may be found on the Troi map or at the Training Ground. Mesta is a two-seater gasoline-powered sports automobile that has been added to Erangel, Troi, and the Training Ground.
In related developments, PUBG recently incorporated a device ban feature, which was one of the most requested improvements by the community, in order to give players with a more fair competitive environment. Anyone who purposefully cheats to destabilise the game's balance will now incur the worst penalty of having their device permanently banned from the game.