Battlegrounds Mobile India, the game that is the return of PUBG Mobile in India is due to make a comeback to the Indian subcontinent under a new badge. Battlegrounds Mobile India is the renamed version of PUBG Mobile. It will offer a world-class gaming experience for all its players.
What Do We Know About Battlegrounds Mobile India?
Krafton, the developers of PUBG Mobile and Battlegrounds Mobile India, have made it known to the public that the game will be making a comeback to India under a new badge. They have also promised that the gameplay will be equal to what was experienced before the ban.
Recently, Krafton has released some details regarding the game, which include various limitations, spending limit, consent, and many more. But, the release date for Battlegrounds Mobile India has not yet been made known to the public, but we expect it to release by late May or mid-June. But, the release date will be announced on PUBG’s Facebook page, visit it here.
As per reports, Battlegrounds Mobile India will have some exclusive in-game events and items, which will not be seen in other countries, or versions of the game. The game will also have a pre-registration before the official launch of the game. Krafton will also collaborate with partners to build an e-sports ecosystem.
PUBG Mobile is the mobile version of Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds, which was first released for the PC. PUBG Mobile was a good game, it had everything from graphics to a good feel. Moreover, PUBG Mobile had a lot of people following it. PUBG Mobile was really popular in India, which showed its popularity among teens and the upcoming youth who played games. At a certain point, if we had asked a student what they would play, they would reply with PUBG Mobile.
The game’s immense popularity was due to two main features. Firstly, the game was one of a kind, as no other game existed like PUBG which was proficient as it. Secondly, the ability to play as a team. Both these features made PUBG Mobile a big hit in India.
But then, on one fine day, the Government of India did a crackdown on apps, and PUBG Mobile was banned under Section 69A of the Information Technology Act of 2000. This ban saddened some hardcore fans of the game.
What Is New About Battlegrounds Mobile India?
Krafton has made it public that they will not knowingly collect, use or share any personal data for those who are under 18 without parental consent or as per the law. If a player is under 18, they will have to give the contact number of their parent or guardian for confirmation to play the game.
If any parent finds out that their child, who is below 18 has given details without parental consent, they can request the company to delete the info from the company’s system. As per reports, gamers under 18 can only play for three hours a day. Also, the daily spending limit has been restricted to $95 or 7,000 rupees a day.
Battlegrounds Mobile India is sure to make a grand comeback to the Indian subcontinent. Players are worrying if the government might strike this version of the game down. But, we can hope for a future that has this game. Happy Gaming!