In order to create excitement among PUBG Mobile fans and participants, Krafton has announced that those who pre-register for Battlegrounds Mobile India will get unique prizes.
According to a statement issued by Krafton, the South Korean company behind the online multiplayer battle royale game, pre-registrations for Battlegrounds Mobile India, the Indian version of PUBG Mobile, will begin on May 18.
To build excitement among PUBG Mobile fans and players, Krafton has announced that individuals who pre-register for Battlegrounds Mobile India will get unique prizes. The South Korean company has said that these unique prizes would only be available to Battlegrounds Mobile India players in India. The much-anticipated Battlegrounds Mobile India launch date has yet to be announced by Krafton.
Pre-registration will begin on May 18 for Android phone users exclusively; the firm has yet to disclose when pre-registration will begin for iOS phone users. The game will be free for both Android and iOS users, according to the company.
What is the procedure for pre-registering Battlegrounds Mobile in India?
Android users may pre-register for Battlegrounds Mobile India by searching for the game on Google PlayStore. After that, users must click the “Pre-register” button.
Battlegrounds Mobile India will include unique in-game events such as costumes and features, according to Krafton. Battlegrounds Mobile India will also host esports tournaments and league matches from time to time, according to the company. Following the launch of Battlegrounds Mobile India, Krafton plans to host a series of Indian-themed in-game events.
According to Business Insider, Battlegrounds Mobile India is a lot smaller game than PUBG Mobile. The Battlegrounds Mobile India download is approximately 610 MB in size, while the PUBG Mobile file was close to 1 GB.
Minors who play Battlegrounds Mobile India are subject to certain limitations, according to Krafton. Minors under the age of 18 will be required to give their parents’ or guardians’ phone numbers in order to participate in the game. Minors are only allowed to play the game for three hours per day, and the maximum amount they can spend on in-game purchases per day is Rs 7,000.