Krafton has finally released its Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) official stable version available to download on the Play Store for Android users. The early access beta version of the game was made available on June 18th. The users who had earlier registered for the beta program have been playing the game for a few days.
Butstarting today, anyone with Smartphone running Android 5.1.1 or above and with at least 2GB RAM can download and play the game. Users who have already downloaded the early access version can update the app to get the official version. Currently, the game is available only for Android smartphone users. Sadly there has been no announcement for the iOS users who have been left out in the dark.
The Android launch comes with various in-game events as well. You can collect the Constable Set (permanent), a reward for 10 million downloads from the in-game events section. Krafton has also extended the time to collect the ‘India ka Battlegrounds,’ an in-game reward, for reaching 1 million and 5 million downloads till August 19th.
The game is, however, very identicalto PUBG Mobile with subtle random changes. The blood has now become green, and the characters are fully clothed. Moreover, there are in-game announcements to stop users from playing for long hours. Earlier, Karafton had been criticized for sending data to China even after cutting ties with Tencent. However, the company quickly fixed the issue and now stores user data securely on its servers in Singapore.
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