Battlegrounds Mobile India: Pre-registrations to start from May 18 on Google Play Store

South Korean computer game developer Krafton today announced the date for pre-registrations of its much awaited game: BATTLEGROUNDS MOBILE INDIA, which is essentially seen as a replacement for PUBG Mobile. the first game was banned in India last September along side variety of other Chinese apps.

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

In a press statement, the corporate said it’ll have “specific rewards available for fans to say , as long as they pre-register the sport .” These rewards would be specific to Indian players only.

In order to pre-register users will need to attend Google Play Store, and click on on the “Pre-Register” button. The rewards will automatically be available to say on game launch. the sport are going to be liberal to play for all users with in-app purchases, as was previously seen in PUBG Mobile.


It looks like Krafton is trying to deal with issues around addiction when it involves teenagers and younger audiences. In its privacy policy for the upcoming game, players below 18 years aged will have new restrictions. they’re going to got to register for the sport with a telephone number that belongs to their parent or guardian. it’s not clear how Battlegrounds Mobile India will verify the age and what process are going to be used.

Further, those that are under the age of 18 can only access the sport for a maximum deadline of three hours a day . The developer is additionally restricting their spending limits. Previously, there have been reports of teens spending lakhs of rupees on the sport for in-app purchases. Now, it’ll be limited to Rs 7,000 per day for under 18 players, with reference to the in-app purchases.

Krafton is additionally trying to mapped out the ‘privacy’ issues, which led to the eventual banning of the gaming in India. the corporate says all personal information are going to be stored, processed on servers in India and Singapore, though it’s going to transfer data to other countries to satisfy legal requirements.

Battlegrounds Mobile India: Sanhok Map

Battlegrounds Mobile India: Sanhok Map


While not much is understood about the upcoming game and whether it’ll be really different from PUBG Mobile, Krafton posted a replacement teaser for the Sanhok map on the official Facebook page. The poster shows the Ban Tai map location from Sanhok, which is one among the 4×4 maps available within the game. The map was added to PUBG Mobile in September 2018. supported the pictures shared thus far , it’s just like the game are going to be similar in design and spirit to original PUBG Mobile with some tweaks for India.

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