Krafton launches collaborations in India to empower PUBG: New State Players

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In a bid to empower its PUBG: New State players, the South Korean game developed Krafton on Friday launched a slew of collaborations and exclusive content in India.

Krafton is also teaming up with Sony Music India to bring their latest chartbuster song “Bad Boy x Bad Girl” by Pop icon Badshah to PUBG: New State.

“This partnership marks the first of many upcoming collaborations of Indian Pop music with Krafton’s mobile battle royale title,” the company said in a statement.

“As a part of this partnership, the hit party song “Bad Boy x Bad Girl” by Badshah featuring will be used in content sponsored by Krafton, including streams, promo videos, and more,” it added.

As a part of this collaboration, Krafton will be partnering with popular rapper Raftaar. The company announced the launch of a web series titled New State Chronicles featuring popular Indian celebrities and influencers.

Recently, PUBG: New State crossed an impressive one-crore download on Google Play Store.

Prior to its release, the game had already garnered a whopping 40 million pre-registrations on both Google Play and Apple App Store.

Developed by PUBG Studios, PUBG: New State is a free-to-play next-generation mobile game playable in 17 different languages.

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