Battlegrounds Mobile India has been released publicly in India as of today, July 2. Battlegrounds Mobile India was only available through early access until today, but the stable version is now available for download from the Google Play Store for the general audience in India. It’s largely assumed to be the Indian version of PUBG Mobile, which was banned in September of last year. People who were playing Battlegrounds Mobile India’s beta version can now easily upgrade to the stable version. For the time being, only Android users in India have access to the stable version of Battlegrounds Mobile India.
The game’s developer, Krafton, acknowledged all of the players and showered them with in-game incentives because the game has now been downloaded by 10 million people.
Karfton said Battlegrounds Mobile India’s official debut would be coming soon enough almost a month ago, and the game is now available to everyone in the country. The game is available for download on the Google Play Store for anyone, however, it is not yet available for iOS users. You just need to download the game via the Play Store if you pre-registered for Battlegrounds Mobile India.
Others who did not pre-register can begin playing Battlegrounds Mobile India by simply downloading the whole game from the Play Store (which is somewhat a heavier download). “We would like to convey our sincere gratitude to all the fans in India who have been waiting for the official launch of Krafton’s BATTLEGROUNDS MOBILE INDIA,” Krafton said in a statement announcing the game’s release in India.
BATTLEGROUNDS MOBILE INDIA has been released publicly as of July 2, 2021, thanks to your support.” As part of the company’s celebration for reaching 10 million players, Battlegrounds Mobile India’s current edition, or stable version, now includes the Constable Set to play on.
This Set can be downloaded from the in-game events section and claimed before August 19, 2021. For pre-registered players of the game, there may be an issue where the update option does not appear on the Google Play Store. In that instance, simply use your desktop browser to access the Google Play Store, being sure to log in with the same Google account.
You’ll see an Install option right there; select it, and the update will begin by downloading the necessary files. It’s possible that some in-game stuff, such as texture packs and maps, will need to be partially re-downloaded.
Krafton praised all Battlegrounds Mobile India players for helping the game reach 10 million downloads on Google Play, as well as an in-game outfit named the Constable set. They stated that the set will be permanently added to the user’s inventory, allowing them to use it whenever they wish.
When Battlegrounds Mobile India reached 1 million and 5 million downloads, the company expressed its gratitude in a similar way, and their awards are now visible and available to download for gamers before August 19, 2021. It wasn’t always like this, but Krafton’s joyful gestures extended the validity of these gifts for game players.
Users can switch back to the stable version of Battlegrounds Mobile India now that the beta version of the game has been released. They can do so by visiting the Google Play Store and then to the Battlegrounds Mobile India testing page. After that, users will see a button that says “Leave beta program.” Simply click on it and confirm “Leave” when prompted.
Simply uninstall the beta version you’ve been using and reinstall the public version. There’s also another option. Users can get the stable version of Battlegrounds Mobile India by going to the Google Play Store and clicking update for Battlegrounds Mobile India.
On May 18, the popular battle royale game offered pre-registration to eager fans in India, but only for Android devices. The release of Battlegrounds Mobile India on iOS devices has yet to be confirmed by Krafton. According to IGN India and other reliable sources, the creators are also planning on releasing Battlegrounds Mobile India for iOS devices. Given that the game is essentially a modified version of PUBG Mobile, which has always been accessible for iOS platforms around the world, Battlegrounds Mobile India is quite likely to follow suit.
According to IGN India, Krafton may never release a Battlegrounds Mobile India Lite edition. There are various possible explanations. One is that Battlegrounds Mobile India’s system requirements are already on the low side. As a result, phones with limited RAM, as little as 2GB, can play the game smoothly as well. As a result, creating a Lite edition of Battlegrounds Mobile India is pointless.
Back in May, Krafton revealed that if you pre-register for Battlegrounds Mobile India, you’ll receive four exclusive rewards: the Recon Outfit, Recon Mask, Celebration Expert Title, and 300 AG; this prompted a flood of registrations from across India.
The most essential of these is that players under the age of 18 will require their parents’ permission to play Battlegrounds Mobile India. To prove their consent, they will need to input their parents’ mobile phone numbers. A notable restriction is that kids are not permitted to play Battlegrounds Mobile India for more than three hours each day. This decision is made with the parents’ concerns in mind. In addition, these minors would not be able to make in-app purchases in the game valued at more than Rs 7000.
Players of PUBG Mobile are well aware that their characters frequently appear in the game half-naked. However, this narrative will not be used in Battlegrounds Mobile India. Battlegrounds Mobile India responds to parents by providing clothes for participants and ensuring that their bodies are always properly covered. This could be because nudity was a major concern for Indian parents at the time of the launch of PUBG Mobile.
In a nutshell, Battlegrounds Mobile India is expected to be more cultured or sanskari than the rest of the world. Furthermore, Indian parents had a problem with all of the violence and bloodshed in PUBG Mobile, which they felt was excessive. They feared it would have an impact on their children’s mental health. As a result, Krafton decided that there will be no bloodshed in Battlegrounds Mobile India. When a character is murdered in the game, instead of crimson blood, the players will observe a green liquid flowing from the character’s body.