Battlegrounds Mobile India has temporarily closed the daily wealth pack event. The Indian version of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds launched the Daily Fortune Pack on June 30, which should last until July 7, but according to a post from the company, it encountered technical problems. Battlegrounds Mobile India is currently in the early access stage, and the developer Krafton has not yet announced the official release date. As PUBG Mobile, it is one of the most popular games in India, but was banned in the country along with 117 other apps in September last year.
Krafton announced through a post on the game’s official website that due to an error, the Daily Fortune Pack event had been temporarily cancelled on July 1st. The Daily Fortune Pack is added to Battlegrounds Mobile India as a new event, and players can purchase the Fortune Pack with real money to get random rewards. The event was originally scheduled to be held on July 7, but it has not been cancelled, and Krafton did not share the exact issue.
The developer stated that it will fix the problem and update the player as soon as possible. This is a temporary issue, so the event should return soon, but it is not clear whether the end date will be extended after it returns.
Battlegrounds Mobile India was announced in early May and pre-registered on Google Play in the same month. On June 17, the game was available to some beta testers. Soon after, it entered the early access stage and all players can download it. Battlegrounds Mobile India is still in the early access stage, and Krafton has not announced the final release date. In addition, it is currently only available on Android, and there is no information about when the game will be available to iOS users. iOS users may be able to play the game from the date of official release.
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