The launch of PUBG Mobile India will be one of the most anticipated gaming events in the country in recent times. After PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) was banned in India earlier this year along with other Chinese-sourced apps and software.
On Saturday, the official website of the new PUBG India mobile game added download links that gave users hope that the launch would be earlier than expected. The website displayed two download options, the first leading to an APK download link and the second to the Google Play store. However, none of the links worked. The little mockery of the developers has excited PUBG fans, and they have decided to express their emotions through memes.
PUBG mobile fans are eagerly awaiting the India-specific version of the game. South Korean company Krafton Inc, the parent company of PUBG, has severed ties with Chinese company Tencent Games for the Indian operations. PUBG Mobile India trailers have already been released, but now some reports say that a trailer will be out soon. PUBG Mobile India pre-registration is now underway.
Pre-registration for PUBG Mobile India is now underway for select Android and iOS users on the Tap game sharing community. The listing says that the game will be available in English and Hindi.
PUBG is reportedly in the process of establishing an Indian subsidiary for its presence in India. It will hire 100 people with experience in games, business and game development. PUBG Mobile India is being designed with Indian sensitivities and preferences in mind. Krafton Inc has partnered with Microsoft Azure to address data security concerns for Indian users.
To mitigate concerns about data privacy and security, PUBG had stated that it will conduct regular audits and verifications on storage systems containing the personally identifiable information of Indian users to tighten security and ensure that their data is managed. in a safe way.
Furthermore, the developer has ensured that the Indian version of the popular First Person Shooter (FPS) game will include a feature that restricts playtime to promote healthy gaming habits for younger gamers.