Mumbai, 19th May 2021 Battlegrounds Mobile India pre-registration started for Android phone users yesterday.The pre-registration goes live on Play Store, release date is yet to be revealed.
Reports speculate it could happen sometime in early June. Mobile India pre-registration also offers exciting rewards available only to Indian players.
Battlegrounds Mobile India pre registration link
Battlegrounds Mobile India pre-registration link is already live on the Google Play Store. To pre-register,
- Head over to the Battlegrounds Mobile India application on the Google Play Store and click on the ‘pre-register’ button. That’s it.
Krafton has stated that it will be giving out special rewards to those who pre-register for Battlegrounds Mobile India.
Battlegrounds Mobile India: Things to know
According to Krafton, Battlegrounds Mobile India release will come loaded with exclusive in-game events like outfits and features.
The battle royale game is expected to be similar to the original PUBG Mobile in most aspects. However, a little change here and there in the Indian version of the game can’t be ruled out.
Battlegrounds Mobile India has shared a poster of the likely Ban Tai map location from Sanhok – one of the 4×4 maps available in-game
All the players will be fully clothed when they land on a map, the game will have less visual bloodshed comparatively and the blood will be in green instead of red.
PUBG Mobile player IDs and achievements may not be retained. i.e your old PUBG mobile account and achievements may not be transferred to this game
It is also worth noting that Krafton has not commented on the matter. Therefore, we can reasonably conclude that the rumour about Battlegrounds Mobile India allowing players to transfer their in-game items from PUBG Mobile is false as of now.
The game can have exclusive in-game content like events, limited edition costumes, and much more.
Porting over data from PUBG Mobile to Battlegrounds Mobile India will be nothing short of a logistical nightmare for both Krafton and the game’s former publisher, Tencent.
Furthermore, it is quite apparent that Krafton wants nothing to do with Tencent, given that the latter’s Chinese origins are what got PUBG Mobile banned in the first place.