Battlegrounds Mobile India pre-registration starts on Google Play Store, learn all about it
Battlegrounds Mobile India pre-registration start The process of pre-registration of Battlegrounds Mobile India on the Google Play Store has gone live. Now users will be able to go to the play store and pre-register the game. Let's know in detail about this game.
PUBG is good news for lovers. The process of pre-registration of Battlegrounds Mobile India has gone live on Google Play Store. Now users can pre-register this game by going to the play store. However, no information has been provided by the game developer Krafton about the launch of Battlegrounds Mobile India.
Here's how to pre-register
- To pre-register the Battleground Mobile India game, go to Google Play Store first.
- Search the Battleground Mobile India game here
- Now you will see the Battleground Mobile India game, click on it
- Here you will see the button of pre-register, by clicking on it, the process of pre-registration will be completed.
Sanhok map can be found
The company recently released a teaser, which can be seen in the Ban Tai location, which is part of the Sanhok map. It has become clear that the game will get the Sanhok map. Apart from this, no more information has been received from the teaser.
When will be launching
Krafton has not yet revealed the launch date of Battleground Mobile India. But according to media reports, the trailer of this game will be released on 31 May 2021. At the same time, this game will be available to users from June.
Privacy and data are the first priority
The company has said that users' privacy and data security is our first priority. We are working with other companies to protect data. The company has further stated that the game's data center will be built in India as per the rules of the central government.
Let us know that the Government of India had banned 118 mobile apps including PUBG in September last year. A statement issued by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology stated that 118 mobile apps were a threat to India's sovereignty and integrity, India's defense, state security and public order. The ban was imposed keeping the security of Indian users in mind.