Battlegrounds Mobile India: Pre-registration of the Battlegrounds Mobile India Game will begin on May 18

Battlegrounds Mobile India: Pre-registration of the Battlegrounds Mobile India Game will begin on May 18

Krafton community has announced the pre-enrollment date for Battlegrounds Mobile India. According to the organization, the pre-enrollment of the Battleground Mobile India will begin on May 18 on the Google Play Store. Let's get in detail.

Krafton community has announced the launch of the Battlegrounds Mobile India soon. Now the community has declared the date of this game.

According to the community, enrollment in the game will begin on the month of the 18th. However, the begin of this sport is still unknown.

PUBG Mobile and Battlegrounds Mobile India: differences, changes, and more

South Korean video game developer Krafton today declared the date for pre-enrollment of its much-awaited game: BATTLEGROUNDS MOBILE INDIA, which is largely seen as a replacement for PUBG Mobile. The original was taboo in India last September along with several other Chinese apps.

Pre-registrations for the game will go live on May 18 on the Google Play Store. There’s no word on when the game will release but it will likely be soon after the pre-registration link is live. It is not clear when the game will release on iOS.

In a press statement, the community said it will have “specific profits available for fans to claim, only if they pre-register the game.” These profits would be specific to Indian users only.

To pre-register users will have to go to Play Inventory and click on the “Pre-Register” button. The profits will automatically be available to claim on the game start. The game will be free to begin for all users with in-app purchases, as was previously seen in PUBG Mobile.

Krafton's announcement comes days after it officially confirmed that PUBG Mobile is returning to India, however, in a new avatar. The new name Battlegrounds Mobile seems like an attempt to give a new identity to the battle royale tournament that the Indian government banned last year. 

To escape an ill fate this time, anything related to the word "PUBG" seems to have been avoided. In fact, Krafton is urging some sports content creators in the country to avoid using the word "PUBG" and go for the new one, instead.

Will you get a reward for pre-registration of Battlegrounds Mobile India (Pubg)?

The community says that users will get rewards on the register for the Battleground Mobile Game. These profits will be given to the users at the time of launching Battlegrounds India.

Sanhok map can be found in Battlegrounds Mobile app?

The community recently released a teaser, which can be seen in the Ban Tai location, which is part of the Sanhok maps. It has become clear that the game will get the map. Apart from this, no more information has been received from the teaser.

When will Battlegrounds Mobile India be launched?

The community official not released the begin date of Battleground Mobile. But according to media reports, the trailer of Battlegrounds India will be relief this month of 31st. At the same time, this game will be available to users from June.

Our privacy policy and data priority in Battlegrounds Mobile?

The Krafton community has stated that the data security of players is our priority. We are working with other companies to protect data. The company has further stated that the game data center will be built in as per the central government's rules. The game will get restrict and control by age. User phone will get special security from organizations.

The user's data are going to shared with no one.

After the game begins you will be able to see multiple live streams on youtube, so be ready guys.

Explain that the Government of India had taboo 118 apps including PUBG in September last year. A statement issued by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology stated that 118 apps were a threat to sovereignty and integrity, defense, state security and public order. The ban was imposed keeping the security of Indian users in mind.

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