Battlegrounds Mobile India: Over 20M pre-registration of PUBG reboot in 2 weeks

Battlegrounds Mobile India: Over 20M pre-registration of PUBG reboot in 2 weeks

PUBGSouth Korean video game developer Krafton has announced that pre-registration for its upcoming battle royale game “Battlegrounds Mobile India” has surpassed 20 million within just two weeks.

The company started pre-ordering the battle royale game through Google Play on May 18.

“The pre-registration exceeded 7.6 million on the first day and 10 million in two days, proving the high interest of Indian users,” the company said in a statement.

“Battleground Mobile India”, which is presented as a reward for Indian users who responded to PUBG IP (intellectual property rights), can be enjoyed free-to-play and is only available in India.

The release date of Battlegrounds Mobile India” will be announced at a later date. However, several media reports suggest that it might be released on June 18.

Set in a virtual world, it is a battle royale game where multiple players employ strategies to fight and be the last man standing.

A free-to-play, multiplayer experience from Krafton, players can battle it out in diverse game modes which can be squad-based or even one-on-one.

Featuring diverse maps with different terrains in a virtual setting, the game utilises the full capabilities of Unreal Engine 4 to bring alive fantastic worlds augmented by 3D sound, to build a truly immersive experience on a mobile phone.

The recommended system requirements to experience the game seamlessly are Android 5.1.1 or above and at least 2GB RAM in the mobile device.

Source: https://www.edexlive.com/happening/2021/jun/04/battlegrounds-mobile-india-over-20m-pre-registration-of-pubg-reboot-in-2-weeks-21381.html

Sudhanshu Sharma

Based in Jaipur, Sudhanshu Sharma is a senior editor at Economy News. Previously he has worked for money control and economic times. Sudhanshu is a graduate of economics at the  Amity university Noida.

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