The Indian version of the PUBG Mobile game, Battlegrounds Mobile India, has crossed 20 million pre-registrations within two weeks. Let us tell you, the pre-registration process for this game started on May 18 for Android users, which was announced last month. Battlegrounds Mobile India is the Indian avatar of PUBG Mobile, which was banned by the Indian government in September last year along with 117 other apps. Although this game is very similar to PUBG, but some changes have also been introduced keeping in mind the Indian users.
South Korean developer Krafton has announced via a press release that the Battlegrounds Mobile India game has received over 20 million pre-registrations in India. The game was announced in the first week of May and the pre-registration process was started from May 18. However, this process was only available to Android users through the Google Play Store. On the first day, the developer informed that the game has received 7.6 million registrations. At the same time, now two weeks later, Battleground Mobile India has received more than 12.4 million registrations.
Let us tell you, users who pre-register will be given India-specific rewards, which users can do after the launch of the clam game. These rewards include Recon Outfit, Recon Mask, in-game currency etc. For users who have registered for Battlegrounds Mobile India, the game will automatically download immediately after launch. This will happen only if they have kept the feature on on the Play Store.
For the time being, fans will have to wait for the release date of the game as the B developer is yet to reveal its release date. It is believed that this game can be launched in India on June 18. The PUBG Mobile game was banned in India in September last year.