PUBG may be renamed as Battlegrounds Mobile India; official poster released; check launch date and more

The official poster shows that the mobile game is ‘coming soon’. The social media handle of PUBG Mobile India has also been changed to Battlegrounds Mobile India.

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New Delhi: Much to the disappointment of battle royale fans, PUBG Mobile India has an official announcement for Indian gaming enthusiasts. The newly released poster on social media platforms reveals that the game will indeed launch as Battlegrounds Mobile India

Fans have been ardently waiting for PUBG Mobile India’s release. The official YouTube handle of PUBG Mobile India uploaded four old clips featuring famous PUBG Mobile players Dynamo, Jonathan, and Kroten, before removing them shortly after. While some fans were confused, others regarded it as a publicity stunt.

According to Gemwire, which has previously shared PUBG Mobile India-related news, the PUBG Mobile India website hosts a “creative asset”. This creative has suggested that the Indian version of PUBG Mobile, so far known as PUBG Mobile India, will be called Battlegrounds Mobile India. There was a poster that was reportedly a part of the creative that was lying in an embedded link to a video on Vimeo. This embedded link previously hosted the Diwali teaser for the PUBG Mobile India launch last year, according to Gemwire. The video file on Vimeo was named “India Recall Campaign Motion_v02.mp4”.

 

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The official poster shows that the mobile game is ‘coming soon’. The social media handle of PUBG Mobile India has also been changed to Battlegrounds Mobile India. PUBG Mobile India’s Facebook handle and YouTube page poster have now been changed to Battlegrounds Mobile India. The Twitter handle, however, remains the same. Source: PUBG Mobile India Facebook

Among all of the banned apps, PUBG Mobile is the only one that’s trying to re-enter the country. The company is in constant talks with the Indian government. Both Krafton and the government have had several meetings on the comeback of the game.

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