PlayerUnknowns Battlegrounds (PUBG) New State, also known as New State Mobile has recently announced that the game will introduce beta test servers for a selected number of players. These test servers will be known as New State Labs, which will be launched soon. In this article, we are going to discuss the PUBG New State Labs feature.
Beta Test server and test server accounts
A test server is a place where new updates, features, and mechanics are tested, before being released to the main game. Sometimes, these servers are in a closed-testing mode, which means that only developers and testers can access them. However, a large player base is required to test a new feature, and then the test server is open publicly for anyone to join.
Players should remember that the experience, currency, and equipment obtained in the test server will not show up on the player’s account on the main servers. The Test server accounts are entirely separate from the ones on the main servers, which means that players will usually have to create a new account to use on the test servers.
New State Labs will provide a new forum for players to provide feedback
New State Labs is the brand-new beta testing server for New State Mobile. They announced the introduction of this new feature on their social media handle. According to sources, these servers will be open via invitation basis. Players will have to apply for a special invitation link from the developers. For the first time, the developers of New State Mobile are launching their beta test servers. For this reason, players are very excited and waiting for it to come out.
Sources close to GamingonPhone stated that there are currently four new maps available in the beta testing server. Those maps include the likes of Miramar, Vikendi, Sanhok, and Taego. A new TDM map is also introduced.
Previously, games like PUBG Mobile, Game for Peace, and Battlegrounds Mobile India had launched their beta version. These test versions are great for trying out upcoming features. Developers collect feedback from testers and make necessary changes.
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