Krafton Inc today announced the launch of exclusive content and interesting collaborations for PubG: New State players in India.
As a part of this collaboration, Krafton will be partnering with India’s popular songs as well as rapper Raftaar. Rapper Raftaar will bring an exclusive song for PubG: New State. This song will highlight the game’s new features in a unique Raftaar style and will act alongside “Bad Boy x Bad Girl” as the anthem of the game in India.
The company has also unveiled an interesting dance challenge, announced the launch of a web series and other unique collaborations with Indian creators and influencers to reach out the millions of gaming aficionados in India.
Krafton is 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 a first of many upcoming collaborations of Indian Pop music with Krafton’s mobile battle royale title.
As a part of this partnership, the hit party song “Bad Boy x Bad Girl” by Badshah featuring Nikhita Gandhi will be used in content sponsored by KRAFTON, including streams, promo videos, and more.
Krafton is currently hosting a dance challenge wherein $5,000 worth of Google Play Store Gift Cards will be given out to the chosen winners. Participants who are keen to showcase their dancing skills must upload their shot of the New State dance using the PubG: New State filter on Instagram with the hashtags #NewStateStyle and #PUBGNewState.
To further strengthen their engagement with its fans in India, Krafton is launching a web series titled New State Chronicles featuring popular Indian celebrities and influencers such as Awez Darbar, Kaneez Surka, Kubbra, Mortal, Mr. Faizu, Raftaar, Rannvijay Singha, Rohan, Scout, The Great Kali and The Sound Blaze. This three-part series is sure to pump up your adrenaline rush once it premieres in December.
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