The listing of beta testing has confirmed that the company is fully prepared for the launch of Battlegrounds Mobile India, which can be launched in India soon. It can be downloaded from the Google Play store for beta testing.
The Indian version of PUBG Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) has been made available for download in India. It can be accessed from today i.e. June 17. Let us tell you that at present it has been made available only for testing the beta version. Meaning only a limited number of users will be able to download it from the Google Play store. The game was already listed for pre-registration on the Google play store. However, the suspense about the launch date remains the same. But after beta testing, it has been confirmed that the company is fully prepared for the launch of Battlegrounds Mobile India, which can be launched in India soon.
As it is known that only some users are given the opportunity of beta testing. According to the Google Play Store, the number of beta testers is full. In such a situation, the beta testing request of Battlegrounds Mobile India has been closed for the time being. Unfortunately, the game is not publicly available yet.
Battleground Mobile India Beta Experience
If you’re a PUBG Mobile fan, right from when you open Battlegrounds Mobile India on your Android device, everything will be familiar. After logging in with your previous PUBG Mobile credentials, or creating an account, you are greeted with the same home screen and background music as PUBG Mobile. And the best part is, you get to transfer your in-game data over from PUBG Mobile. We’ll publish a how-to soon. Interestingly, there were prompts asking if the player is over 18 and if they are in India, and unfortunately at this stage it appears you can simple respond to this with ‘yes’, without any verification needed.
The Erangel map in Battlegrounds Mobile India is the very same as PUBG Mobile, you pick up familiar weapons and equipment, using the same customisable controls. An advantage of the game being exclusive to India is that it was a quick and smooth experience throughout without any lag, frame drops, or ping issues. Though the experience may change a bit when actual players are on the same server.
As mentioned, Krafton opened beta testing for Battlegrounds Mobile India on Thursday for a limited number of users, and we were able to get access to the game.
Battlegrounds Mobile India took 6.06GB of storage on the device and is at version 1.4.0. It requires permission to access the phone’s storage and no other permission was asked for. If you use in-game chat then it will ask you to give microphone permission. As of now, Krafton has not shared a release date for the game and it is unclear how long it will be in the open beta phase.
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