Battlegrounds Mobile India began its pre-registration on Google Play Store recently. In less than a month, more than 20 million people registered for the game.
Indian Version of PUBG, Battlegrounds Mobile India Crosses 5 Million Downloads
Battlegrounds Mobile India crossed 5 million downloads in its Early Access phase. The game is now available for every android user in the country. Krafton, the South Korean game developer, thanked the Indian gaming community for its contribution. It shared an in-game notification along with a reward for the Indian players. The game launched its Beta version on June 17 for testing purposes. And on June 18, it opened for everyone in the country. Since then, the game has already crossed 5 million downloads across the country.
Krafton Rewards Players with a Thank You Gift
Battlegrounds Mobile India is the Indian PUBG version. The government of India had banned PUBG due to security reasons in September 2020. However, Krafton, the South Korean game developers came up with this new Indian version. It has distributed a Classic Crate Coupon for its users as a thanking reward. They said that they are very thankful to the Indian gamers for 5 million downloads. As an additional gift, they sent the Classic Crate Coupon to every user. This free coupon allows the players to open a Classic Crate and get a random award.
What were the Players Rewarded With?
Krafton launched the Beta version on June 17 and within a short period of time, all the slots were full. Later, on June 18, Battlegrounds Mobile India has opened to everyone in the country. Just in two to three days, the game has crossed the 5 million download mark. Krafton also announced the Early Access build available to everyone later that day. Players who joined the game during the Early Access phase were rewarded with several gifts. They received a Supply Crate Coupon, two EXP cards, and a 2x BP card.
It isn’t surprising at all that so many people downloaded the Battlegrounds Mobile India. They were waiting for this game for nine months. PUBG was banned in India last year in September. However, the Indian version now seems to engage the gamers. The number of downloads is indicating towards the game’s popularity.