Krafton the parent company of PUBG mobile has announced its comeback in India as “Battlegrounds Mobile India” very soon. As last year we all saw there was a lot of mess going on regarding the ban of Chinese products, the PUBG Mobile was also one of them. It is one of the favorite games among teenagers not only in India but all over the world after the ban krafton tried a lot of things to come back to India but the government always disapproved of it.
It is said that Battlegrounds Mobile India will provide a AAA multiplayer gaming experience to its users. Krafton also said that they will be hosting India-specific In-Game events at its launch. The game will be completely free and it’s especially for India. The outfits and features will have their own ecosystem in collaboration with partners. The game will also have a period of pre-registration before its launch.
What’s new this time?
Though the launch date is still not announced by the company it is expected to launch soon. One shouldn’t forget krafton also announced the same thing in November last year but wasn’t able to launch it, let see will they be successful in launching this time or not?. The new PUBG mobile’s teaser image looks like the same PUBG mobile only the logo is changed, splashed with tricolors on it. The Battlegrounds are expected to have Indian-centric contents and features. It is also said that PUBG will have weapon customization. Players will be able to use ultra-modern weapons to destroy enemies. Battlegrounds Mobile India will not have a futuristic backdrop. Since it is just the Indian version of PUBG Mobile, the gameplay of the title will be similar to the base game.
Restrictions for below 18
It is also said that there will be restrictions to users below 18 years of age. After downloading the game the younger users will need to have consent from their parents as they will need to provide their parent’s mobile number in order to play PUBG mobile. If any parent finds that the child below 18 is playing the game without their consent they can easily request the company to delete the child’s information. There will also be a maximum limit for gamers below 18 regarding the game play hour, they will be only able to play it for 3 hours. The game’s maximum spending limit has been reduced to 7000 per day for PUBG mobile.
The krafton also announced that they will be working with partners in order to provide privacy and complete safety for the user’s data.”Your personal information will be stored and processed on servers located in India and Singapore. However, we may transfer your data to other countries and/or regions to operate the game service and/or to meet legal requirements. In the event of transfer to another country or region, we will take steps to ensure that your information receives the same level of protection” said krafton.