PUBG Returns: Battleground Mobile India Unveils Registration Date; Soon you Will Enjoy Your Favourite Game

by Shatakshi Gupta

South Korean video game developer KRAFTON has announced the launch of Battlegrounds Mobile India.  Now the company has announced the pre-registration date for the game.  Pre-registration of the game will begin on May 18 on the Google Play Store. The game is the revamped version of PUBG.

 Battlegrounds Mobile India will be released with in-game events such as outfits and features.The game will give a free-to-play experience on mobile devices. However, the company has now not told anything about its launch date yet. The game will be first launched for Android users only.

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One can win rewards on pre-registration

 The company said about the pre-registration of the game that users will be able to claim specific rewards. These rewards will be for Indian players only. For pre-registration, users will have to go to the Google Play Store and click on the ‘Pre-Register’ button. Rewards will be automatically available for the claim after thelaunch of the game.

Parent’s permission will be required for minors

Notably, Krafton told that gamers under the age of 18 will have to provide the parents’ mobile number for registration. That is, such gamers will need to take their parent’s permission.

Data security is the utmost priority

Krafton assured that it will work with its partners to ensure data security at every stage and will prioritize the privacy of the users. This will ensure that privacy rights are respected and complete collection and storage of data will be done by following all the laws applicable to players in India.

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Will give a tough fight to COD and FAU-G

 This battle game will give a direct competition to the Indian battle game FAU-G as well as the popular game Call of Duty. After the ban of PUBG in India, most of its users were shifted to Call of Duty, which also provides a similar gaming experience. Moreover, an Indian company nCore Games also launched an Indian battle game based on the Galwan clash. Actor Akshay Kumar announced the launch of the Made-in-India FAU-G game after PUBG was banned. Now, after the arrival of this revamped version of PUBG it will be interesting to see, how much competition will it give to present similar games.