PUBG replacement ‘Battlegrounds Mobile’ India pre-registrations open on Google Play Store

PUBG replacement 'Battlegrounds Mobile' India pre-registrations open on Google Play Store

The link to pre-register for the Battlegrounds Mobile India is finally out after the whole PUBG gamers were excited for a few days now. The game has been developed by Krafton, a South Korean video game developer, and has been hyped about mostly for a previous ban on PUBG. Tuesday, May 18, 2021, got a drastic response from the Indian gamers, and the app has been downloaded from the google play store by thousands of citizens.

The release date of the game:

The developer has not confirmed the proper release date, but it has been said that the release will be made soon since the pre-registration link has already been provided. The response has shown that the Indian audience has always wanted a proper replacement of PUBG mobile and was frustrated with the available updates to date. It seems that the release will be welcomed by almost all the gamer students leading to some “not at all satisfied” parents all over again. Most Indian parents were happy after PUBG, and several other Chinese apps got banned in September 2020 and had hoped that their children might focus on their studies again, but alas, the app is back in a new form all over again.

Downloading and registering for the game:

The Battlegrounds Mobile India can be downloaded from the Google Play Store.  Check for the name “Krafton” as the developer before registering for the game. Once this is done, the gamer will get an alert whenever the release is made. After registration, the gamer will get the Recon Mask, the Recon Outfit, Celebration Expert Title, and 300 AG as a new currency in the game. The gamers need to download it from a proper Android 5.1.1 or above mobile feature and with a minimum of 2 GB RAM. There have been promised monthly updates for the game, and the game will be limited only to India.

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