Battle Ground Mobile India Updates – 23 June 2021
Data Leak to Chinese Servers – Fixed!
23rd June 2021 – Battleground Mobile India was criticized as it was discovered (by IGN India) that the game was sending data to servers in China, Russia, the US, and some other countries.
Also, it was discovered that the game was pinging a Tencent server in Beijing when booting up.
The Game Developer Krafton has issued an update that will restrict the data sharing to the servers in China.
After the patch, the game was tested and it was found that it is not sharing any information with Chinese servers.
But it is odd to see that the game was doing this, in the first place, as the PUBG mobile (previous avatar) was banned by the Indian government due to similar security concerns and data sharing with Chinese servers.
Here is the link to the detailed statement on the leaked data issue by Krafton (BattleGround Mobile Developer).
Battleground Mobile Crosses 5 Mn Downloads
21 June 2021 – The new PUBG avatar – Battleground Mobile India has already crossed 5 million downloads just after 1 day of launch.
Owing to the massive popularity of PUBG mobile the new version was awaited for a long by gamers in India and now when the wait is over, everyone is hooked to the new game.
BATTLEGROUND MOBILE INDIA IS Now Available
20th June 2021 – The early access of Battleground Mobile India is out for some of the users on 17 June 2021, and from the footage by various gamers, we got various details about the game. Let’s have a look at it.
Download Size, Smartphone Configuration to play the Game
- Starting with game size, the battleground will be available on Google Playstore for all soon, along with a size of 731MB, and that is amazing for the user and those with a smartphone with 2GB or 3GB RAM to seamlessly enjoying the game.
- To prevent the bad impact of the game on kids, the Krafton used a green color for blood instead of red and offered few warnings for safe gaming.
- The best part is that your old data can be carried over from PUBG mobile that means your time and effort in the PUBG mobile will not go in vain.
- Talking about the setting option or Map, there is no difference between BGMI and PUBG mobile. Both are totally the same. Even there is no difference in guns and gameplay too.
- And one more thing is that you don’t need an OTP for login.
BattleGround Mobile Requirements
The company says that you need at least a 2GB RAM phone and an Android 5.1 or higher operating system for seamless enjoying the game.
Battle Ground Mobile India is yet not launched for IOS or iPhone users in India but we are hoping that Krafton will soon release the game for Apple users.
As it is based on the same concept as PUBG, it is also a battle royale game where multiple players fight with their strategy and the last man standing will win the match.
Additionally, you can play this game in different modes like solo, Duo mode, Squad mode, and One on One match.
PUBG Mobile is making a comeback to India as “Battleground Mobile India”
19th May 2021 – Finally, one of the most loved online battle royale games is making a comeback in India.
PUBG will be finally launched in a new Avatar in India and will be called “Battleground Mobile India”.
A week ago, Krafton(the popular South Korean game developer) announced the game, and later on, on 18th May 2021 (Tuesday), started the pre-registration. (Link to Pre-register at the end of the article).
How to do Pre-Registration for Battleground Mobile India
Step 1 – Visit the Google play store on your Android device(Phone/Tablet).
Step 2 – Type ”Battleground Mobile India” on the search bar and later click on the ”Pre-register” button.
Step 3 – That’s it, you will get notified when the game is launch.
You can’t download the game yet and it will take few more days to get the download link for the new BattleGround Mobile game.
About Battleground mobile India
The exact launch date of the game is not declared yet but we can expect that it will launch within a month.
Some report says that the upcoming version of the game will be very much similar to the older version (PUBG Mobile) and due to criticism by parents in the past this time the game will have less violence, enhanced privacy and more security.
Some new rules regarding this upcoming game
The developers are taking some measures to ensure that the game is not banned by the Indian Government.
- If you are below 18 years then you will be asked to provide the mobile number of your parents/guardians for becoming eligible to play the game
- Also, children below 18 will not able to play more than 3 hours a day and they can’t spend more than Rs 7000 on a game.
- The outfit will be different and your player will be fully clothed from the beginning.
- Lastly, the matching will be done only in between the Indian players.
Breaking: PUBG Mobile Re-launch, Updates, Changes
The most popular Android Game is making a comeback in India as the developers confirm that they are working on a new PUBG Mobile game, especially for Indian gamers.
To quote the creator “it is preparing to launch PUBG MOBILE INDIA, a new game created specifically for the Indian market.
The company also revealed plans to provide a secure and healthy gameplay environment alongside investments to cultivate local video games, esports, entertainment, and the IT industry.
PUBG Corp. has also decided to make an investment of $100 million in India along with the parent company Krafton. As per the press note, it is the largest investment from a Korean Firm in India and will also foster the growth of E-Sports and Mobile gaming in the country.
New Changes and Updates to PUBG Mobile
Further, they will alter some of the In-game content to local needs and customize the game according to the Indian users. We can say that the game engine and core gameplay will stay the same as the Global release, but there will be minor changes to accommodate the local likings.
New characters will start with clothing instead of undergarments, as was in the original game.
Also, the players will have a restriction on how long they can play the game every day to promote better health and fitness for the PUBG players. Notably, there have been several health-related issues with excessive addiction to PUBG.
The creator is taking adequate steps to ensure that the game doesn’t get banned again or causes issues with certain society sections.
The company will set up an Indian subsidiary to ensure better Indian operations and also have better communication and service for the Indian market.
Considering the Ban on the Game by the Indian Government in the aftermath of the fight at the Ladakh border, this is big news for mobile gaming fans.
Also, the added investment from the PUBG corporation is a welcome move for the Make in India campaign of the government.