Krafton announced on Wednesday that the mobile mode of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds will be launched on the Battlefield India Mobile (BGMI). Game developers call these new products “BGMI Mega Mode”, which includes infection mode, Metro Royale, and Vikendi. The update aims to please existing PUBG Mobile fans who hope to get an experience similar to the Battle Royale game banned by the government last year on BGMI. In addition to the Mega mode, BGMI also announced that it permanently banned nearly 88,000 accounts within a week as part of its ongoing efforts to limit illegal programs that lead to hackers hacking into the game.
Through a post on Facebook, Krafton announced the launch of seven Mega modes for Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI). They are infection mode, Metro Royale, Payload 2, Runic Power, Survive Tun Dawn, Titans: Last Stand and Vikendi. All these modes were previously available on PUBG Mobile.
The exact details of when and how BGMI gamers will receive the update have not yet been announced. However, the developers did say that the new Mega mode is about to be launched to users.
With the new mode, you can look forward to new maps and unique gameplay. Similarly, some modes will include new weapons and vehicles to differentiate the experience.
On PUBG Mobile, users need to obtain certain achievements to obtain different modes. We hope that the conditions for BGMI gamers to obtain the Mega mode are similar.
Krafton’s goal of introducing the new model is very clear, and it is to provide an experience more similar to PUBG Mobile on BGMI-filling the gap left by the country’s ban on original games.
In addition to making BGMI a more similar version to PUBG Mobile, Krafton is currently busy dealing with hackers and illegal programs in exclusive Indian games. The developer announced the collection and investigation of illegal activity cases through its security system and community monitoring, and has permanently banned as many as 87,961 accounts from September 24 to 30.
Last month, BGMI announced that it would ban more than 140,000 accounts during the week from September 3 to September 9. If Krafton detects any illegal activity, such as downloading games from unofficial channels or installing auxiliary programs, it will send a notification to the player. It also allows them to perform repairs to delete any unwanted data before enforcing the ban.