PUBG: New State Players Under 17 Needs Age Verification

The system asks for a mobile number of one of your parents or your guardian.

by Farhan Shaikh

Recently, Krafton has released a new game, PUBG: New State, in 200 countries around the world. The game is now available for both Android and iOS devices. If you have started playing the game, you have seen for age verification option similar to Battlegrounds Mobile India.

PUBG New State Age Restrictions

PUBG New State Age Restrictions

Even in PUBG New State, Krafton asks underage players to get their parent’s permission via this process. When you open the game, you see a small window on the screen asking to verify the age. It says, “USER INFO VERIFICATION,” and then it asks, “Are you 18 or Older?”. To this, you can select “Yes” or “No.”

If you select YES, you can start playing the game. And the players who are not 18 years old can select the “YES” option without showing any proof. So, there’s not a big deal as the players don’t need to show any proof for their age.

But, if the player decides to tell the right age, then it will ask for their parents or guardian’s mobile number. You can provide any number and get the verification code.

The age verification feature allows the parents to keep an eye on their kids who are getting addicted to games like PUBG.

Currently, in PUBG New State, players under 18 can easily bypass the verification system. If Krafton really wants parents to limit their kid’s gaming addiction, it should have found a way to verify in an ideal manner.

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