Battlegrounds Mobile India is now officially available for all Android users

The Battlegrounds Mobile India release date has been set for July 2nd, 2021, i.e. today, as stated by Krafton inc. The official version of Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) is now available for Android download on the Google Play Store.

This battle royale game can be easily downloaded from the Google Play Store. Also, by updating the game those users can easily get upgraded to the official version who already have an early access version. The game is available only for Android users till now. However, there are chances to hear an update about iOS users from the gaming company soon. At least 2GB of RAM and an Android phone running on Android 5.1.1 are minimal system requirements of Battlegrounds Mobile India.

After the Indian government banned PUBG Mobile in September 2020 Krafton Inc. revealed Battleground Mobile India exclusively in India. With a few exceptions, the game is quite identical to PUBG Mobile. Till the release date for the official version of the royal battleground was set the firm kept on updating the players with a realistic idea of the game by dropping exciting teasers. Players may even transfer their data from PUBG Mobile to the new game and continue playing, as claimed by Krafton.

From May 18, 2021, the South Korean gaming giant had already allowed pre-registration for the royale battle. The firm also announced some exciting rewards like Recon Mask, Recon Outfit, Celebration Expert Title, and 300 AG to the players who had pre-registered for the game. Now, after downloading the official version of the most awaited battle game pre-registered players can claim those rewards. To commemorate the debut of Battlegrounds Mobile India, Krafton has announced a number of launch events and giveaways.

Earlier, a report by IGN India claimed that the Battleground Mobile India transmits Data to Tencent’s Proxima Beta in Hong Kong. However, Krafton, on other hand, was fast to respond, issuing a minor update that resolves the problem of transmitting and receiving data from China.

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