Battlegrounds Mobile India was officially launched in the country today, July 2. After the game was banned in September 2020, it was launched as the Indian version of PUBG Mobile. Battlegrounds Mobile India has always provided early access, but the official version is now available to the public and can be downloaded from the Google Play store. Developer Krafton thanked the players with in-game rewards, because 10 million players have already downloaded the game.
Nearly a month after the official announcement by the developer Krafton, Battlegrounds Mobile India finally officially launched in the country. The game is available for everyone to download from the Google Play store. As of now, the iOS version has not been updated. Those who have not pre-registered the game can go directly to the Google Play store to download the complete game. Pre-registered players only need to update the game from the store, which is a small download.
In some cases, the update option may not be available through the Google Play Store app, so just go to the store from your desktop browser and you should see the “install” option there (make sure you are using the same Google account). This will update the game by downloading the necessary files, but you may need to partially re-download some in-game content, such as texture packs and maps.
Krafton also thanks the players, because the game has reached 10 million downloads and contains a game equipment called the Constable set, which will be permanently added to your inventory. When the game reached 1 million and 5 million downloads, the developers did the same thing.
Battlegrounds Mobile India announced in the first week of May that it will begin pre-registration for Android users in about two weeks. Then it was launched in the public beta on June 17, but it quickly became Early Access. It has been playable since then, but the iOS version has not yet been released.
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