Krafton announced on Facebook that Battlegrounds Mobile India is now in early access, allowing fans to download and play the beta version of the game.
Fans of PUBG Mobile may rejoice! Battlegrounds Mobile India’s beta version is currently available for download on Google Play, however it is only accessible to those who have signed up for the test. Battlegrounds Mobile India, the redesigned Indian version of PUBG Mobile, began accepting pre-registrations on May 18.
On Thursday, Krafton announced on Facebook that Battlegrounds Mobile India is now in early access, allowing fans to download and play the beta version of the game. The beta version was only available to a select group of beta testers for a limited time. It’s unclear how beta testers were chosen from among registered users.
According to Google Play, the Battlegrounds Mobile India beta programme is now fully filled. When you click on the game’s beta testing link, you’ll get an internal server error or a notice saying that the beta testing programme has reached its maximum capacity and that no additional testers may join. “Thank you for your interest in being a Battlegrounds Mobile India app tester. However, at this moment, the Battlegrounds Mobile India app’s testing programme has achieved its maximum number of testers and is no longer accepting new applicants “the message is read
More slots would be added shortly, according to Krafton, the South Korean company behind PUBG Mobile and its Indian counterpart Battlegrounds Mobile India.
“Early Access progress, including in-game purchases, will be carried over to the final version of the game. Throughout the day, a growing number of Early Access slots will become available. The above-mentioned URL for Early Access will stay unchanged “In a press release issued on Thursday, Krafton stated.
It has already been verified that Battlegrounds Mobile India would be 720MB in size, based on images provided by testers who were able to access the game. The game modes in Battlegrounds Mobile India are anticipated to be the same as in PUBG Mobile India. Battle royale, team deathmatch, war, and other games fall under this category. Erangel, Miramar, Sanhok, and Vikendi will all be available in the game like they were in PUBG India.
The Indian government banned PUBG Mobile in September 2020 because of security concerns. The game, along with hundreds of other Chinese applications, was prohibited.
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