Battlegrounds Mobile India: Pre-registrations Begin for Android Users from May 18

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The wait for Battlegrounds Mobile India is finally over. PUBG fans are extremely delighted these days. Their favorite game is finally releasing again in India. Recently, the company announced this news on their social media handles.

Battlegrounds Mobile India: Pre-registrations Begin for Android Users from May 18
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Battlegrounds Mobile India to Start Pre-Registrations

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PUBG is launching back in India as Battlegrounds Mobile India. Developed by Krafton, a South Korean video game developer, the game is all set to hit the Indian gaming market. The game is beginning its pre-registrations from May 18. Interested users can make their registrations on Play Store. There will be several rewards for the fans to claim. But it is only available to those users who pre-register themselves. However, these rewards are specially for Indian players only.

How to Pre-Register? 

The first question in everyone’s mind right now is, how to pre-register? Or, where to pre-register? Well, it is very easy and simple. All you have to do is visit the Google Play Store. Search for Battlegrounds Mobile India. Tap on the pre-register button, and you’re done. All your rewards will automatically get claimed on the game launch. It is a very simple process. Currently, developers haven’t said anything for iOS users. There is no news regarding the registration for iOS users.

How is Battlegrounds Mobile India Different from PUBG?

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Battlegrounds Mobile India is only for Indian users. Krafton has designed it very similar to PUBG. It will launch with a free-to-play experience on Google Play Store. Currently, users can play the game on their mobile phones or tablets only. It has a tremendous multiplayer experience. The game is very similar to PUBG. Users can hardly make out any difference between the two.

Battlegrounds Mobile India: Pre-registrations Begin for Android Users from May 18
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Besides that, various in-game events will also take place. Players can buy outfits and weapons also. It will also have an esports ecosystem with tournaments and leagues. Though the game is PUBG’s doppelganger, there are a few changes. Firstly, blood spill is prohibited in the game. Secondly, under 18 users can play the game only up to 3 hours. Thirdly, the game will require parents’ permission. Yes, you have to get permission from your parents to play the game.

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