PUBG: New State crashes? Game not starting? Are you getting errors? In this guide, we will tell you what you need to do in order for the game to always start and work stably on your smartphone.
What to Do if PUBG: New State Doesn’t Launch
Disable Developer Mode
First of all, you need to disable developer mode on your device. This function is designed to protect your smartphone from outside interference and, in some situations, modern games perceive this protection as viruses.
Close Background Apps
Smartphones are, in fact, pocket computers, which have the same problems. For example, there can be a conflict of some applications during their simultaneous operation.
The PUBG: New State client may interfere with, for example, VPN services or antiviruses, video recording programs, or screenshots. You can check if this software affects the operation of the game. If so, then you better turn it off during the launch of the battle royale.
Clean Temporary Files
It is quite simple to do this, you need to go to the settings of the PUBG: New State application and, using one of the functions of your smartphone, delete temporary files. As a rule, they do not carry any value, so you risk absolutely nothing.
Check System Requirements
Your smartphone simply may not be able to launch the game because of outdated hardware or firmware. Your device must meet the following requirements:
- OS version: Android 6.0 and above / iOS 13.0 and above;
- RAM: 2 GB or more;
- Processor: 64-bit.
- Among other things, the device must support Vulkan 1.1 or GL 3.1 technology, and then the game will work perfectly.
Contact Technical Support
If none of the above helped, there is only one way left – write to technical support and discuss your situation with specialists. You will need to indicate the model of the device and the specifics of the situation, after which the support will try to help you.