Monday, July 26th, 2021

Battlefields Mobile India crosses 5 million downloads in early access, Cropton Rewards Players

Battlefields Mobile India has surpassed five million downloads in its initial access phase, making it available to everyone in the country. Cropton, a South Korean developer, shared the growth with the announcement to the athletes. The game was available for download in the open beta on June 17 for a few testers and opened to everyone on June 18, and it has already surpassed five million downloads. Battlefields Mobile India is the Indian version of PUBG Mobile which was banned in the country in September last year.

Crofton has thanked the Mobile India player on every battlefield for five million downloads of a classic Great Coupon. The Sports Events screen will display the ‘5M Downloads Prize’ announcement, “Thank you India! Celebrating 5M Downloads, we send you our thanks for this extra gift! Please enjoy! ”This announcement rewards players with a free coupon that can be used to open a classic nest and receive random rewards. The game takes two days to download, the first day is for beta testers only.

Cropton opened a beta test on June 17 for a limited number of users, and the seats were immediately filled. You can check out our first record of the game. Later, it announced that early access creation was now available to everyone and that more seats were available in the beta program. Players who join the initial access phase will receive a Supply Great Coupon, two XP cards and 2 XPP cards.

With almost nine months of battlefields Mobile India has been eagerly waiting for so it is no surprise to see so many players jumping. The game is the Indian version of PUBG Mobile, which was banned in the country in September last year. Earlier last month, Battlefields Mobile India went for pre-bookings on the Google Play Store, which in the first week of this month surpassed 20 million pre-bookings. The five million download mark seems to be the first milestone for the most popular game yet to arrive on iOS devices.


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