Registration for the PUBG Mobile India Avatar Battle will begin on May 18 on the Google Play Store

0

Battlefields Mobile India will be pre-booked via Google Play Store from May 18. The developer shared this news on his website on Friday. The Indian version of PUBG Mobile, banned in the country in September 2020, was developed by Battlefields Mobile India South Korean video game developer Krapton and announced last week with its official name and new privacy policy. While we have the last recorded date, the release date for the game is not yet available.

From May 18, Battlefields will be pre-registered on Mobile India via the Google Play Store, Cropton announced in a post on its website. The developer also shared that there will be specific rewards for those who register in advance, which may be requested when the game is officially launched. As mentioned, Krapton has not yet shared a release date for the game. However, it did tease one of the maps in the game – PUBG Mobile – which looks like the popular 4×4 map from Sanhok. However, it may not be called Sanhok.

Last week, Krapton made Battlefields Mobile India official, and it came up with an updated privacy policy. As a matter of policy, players under the age of 18 must obtain approval from their parents to play the game. Parents or guardians who think their child has provided personal information without their permission can contact the developers and request that the information be removed from the system.

Battlefields Mobile India will have game similarities with PUBG Mobile, but will come with some India specific variations. It comes with exclusive sporting events that bring new clothes and features. Developer The game introduces itself with its own sports ecosystem, which includes tournaments and leagues. Battlefields will be exclusive to Mobile India.

PUBG Mobile was banned in India last September with 117 applications. Since then, the ownership of the game has changed and Crofton is trying to start again in India. Now, finally, it has won, and despite the new incarnation, Indian fans are one step closer to playing once again.


Mi 11X Rs. 35,000? We discussed this in the gadgets 360 podcast Orbital. Then (starting at 23:50), we move on to the Marvel series The Balkan and Winter Soldier. Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music and your podcasts are available in orbit anywhere.

Follow Gadgets 360 for the latest tech news and reviews Twitter, Facebook and Google News. For the latest videos on gadgets and technology, subscribe to our YouTube channel.

Vineet Washington writes from Delhi about new technologies for gaming, smartphones, audio devices and gadgets 360. Vineet is the senior co-editor of Gadgets 360 and has frequently written about gaming and new developments on all platforms in the world of smartphones. In his spare time, Vineet enjoys playing video games, making clay models, playing guitar, and watching sketch-comedy and animation. Vineet is available at vineetw@ndtv.com, so please send us your tracks and tips. Further

Drop brands and pay in bitcoins: Saipal app rewards users for saying what they want to hear

Geo Phone users get 300 minutes of free calls, buy 1 Get 1 to recharge amidst Corona virus infection

Related stories

.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.