BATTLEGROUNDS MOBILE INDIA will be pre-registered in the Google Play store from May 18. PUBG’s mobile version will be relaunched in India as India’s Battlegrounds Mobile, which will take place through exclusive in-game events and esports ecosystem.
Starting May 18, Battlegrounds Mobile India will be pre-registered via the Google Play store. The developers shared the news on their website on Friday. The Indian version of “Battlefield” was developed by South Korean video game developer Krafton and was banned in India in September 2020.
According to the policy, players under the age of 18 must obtain the consent of their parents or guardians to play. If a parent or guardian believes that their child has provided personal information without their consent, they can contact the developer and request that the information is removed from the system.
The gameplay of BattlegroundsMobile India is similar to PUBG Mobile, but some Indian-specific tweaks will be made. It will come with exclusive in-game activities, with new equipment and features.
The developer stated that the game will also debut its own esports ecosystem, which will include competitions and leagues. Battlegrounds Mobile India will be exclusive to the country.