PUBG New State login problem - "Cannot connect to the server" issue: Here's what you need to know
PUBG developer Krafton is working on launching a sequel of sorts to the original PUBG Mobile later this year. It has been dubbed PUBG New State.
The game looks pretty much alike in terms of gameplay when compared to its original but comes with enhanced and better-detailed graphics.
Moreover, it is set in the year 2051 and is thus themed accordingly with a futuristic map combined with advanced vehicles and equipment.
The has already recorded over 10 million pre-registrations on the Google Play Store within the span of a couple of months.
Krafton had earlier announced that they’ll be taking up applicants from the US for Android-only alpha testing that will be held between June 11-13.
The goal of this testing includes measuring the early version’s performance, network stability, and in-development gameplay systems.
However, there is a possible major issue that has been troubling players. It prevents them from logging in and instead throws out a “Cannot connect to the server” error.
Hey bro Can you please Help me!! I also got PUBG New State Aplha, but whenever i start it with vpn it says cannot connect to server and without vpn this is not available in your region
@GamestarSobhan bro pubg new state not open they say cannot connect to the server
But as it stands, the issue isn’t really a flaw in the game itself. Rather, it has to do with unauthorized logins from regions other than the officially supported United States.
Thankfully, there is actually a simple solution to work around the problem. Just watch the video guide below and follow the procedure therein.
Basically, all you got to do is run the game after installing and enabling 3X VPN. You will have to set the location to the US of course since the other regions simply won’t work.
Do keep in mind that the above procedure isn’t exactly guaranteed to do the job. If it doesn’t, then worry not, for the PUBG New State is set to be released globally pretty soon.
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