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South Korean video gaming company Krafton will relaunch the India version of its popular video game – PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG), for mobile users.
This will can be found in a new avatar called Battlegrounds Mobile India.
Krafton has not set a timeline for the launch of the mobile multiplayer game in the country.
In September last year, PUBG Mobile, published in India by Chinese internet colossus Tencent, was banned, and other Chinese apps after a prolonged border standoff between the neighbors.
Following the ban, PUBG Corp, the subsidiary of Krafton, severed ties with Tencent for India.
“Battlegrounds Mobile India will release with exclusive in-game occasions like attire and functions and will have its esports community with leagues and competitions. The video game will launch as a free-to-play experience on mobile phones,” Krafton said in a statement.
PUBG Mobile developers Krafton, last week, revealed Battlegrounds Mobile India. A brand-new report now claims that Krafton is planning to release Battlegrounds Mobile India in June.
PUBG Mobile caster and influencer Ocean Sharma informed SportsKeeda that Battlegrounds Mobile might release in India in June. Because this was only a child step, the video game might be available by June,” Sharma said.
Krafton, at the time of the statement, did not reveal the official Battlegrounds Mobile India launch date. It has, nevertheless, validated that the video game would be readily available for pre-registration quickly. Users who want to get early access requirement to register throughout the Battlegrounds Mobile India pre-registration period. They will likewise share the feedback with the business on the entire gameplay.
The company has also dropped a couple of teasers revealing the logo design of its India-specific video game. It has also highlighted some of the new regards to service. Users listed below 18 years of age will require adult consent before playing the game. Verification will be done by offering the parent or guardian’s mobile number. Users listed below 18 years will also be restricted from playing the game for more than three hours a day. Moreover, they can not make in-app purchases above Rs 7,000.
PUBG got some severe flack before its restriction in India due to its aggressive gameplay environment. More details on the Battlegrounds Mobile India release date are anticipated to be revealed quickly.