Battlegrounds Mobile India BGMI Is Available To Preload Now Playable From May 29th Onwards

A big information has come to the fore for the fans of mobile gaming. The popular battle royale game, Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) will be available to all Android users from today i.e. 27th May. preload can do. However, this game can be played only from May 29. At the same time, for Apple i.e. iOS users, this game will be available to download and play from May 29. Crafton has shared this information through a press release. The company has told that some users can get automatic update from midnight itself, which is part of the preload process.

The new update will introduce a new map, in-game events and more. KRAFTON has also launched a new marketing campaign ‘India’s Heartbeat’, which showcases the stories of gamers. We are thrilled to announce that BATTLEGROUNDS Mobile India is now available to preload,” said Sean Hyunil Sohn, CEO, Crafton India. He said that the company is constantly striving to provide smooth gameplay experience to its users. We are excited to welcome everyone again.

The company is rapidly working towards making the game available to the users. It is believed that a large number of users will download it. The company is making preparations to ensure that there is no problem during this period. Server is being upgraded. Recently, it was reported that the ban from the game will be lifted for 90 days only. It has been said on behalf of Krafton that it will fully follow the rules set by the local authority, which will be related to the privacy and security of the country. If the company does not follow these rules, then the government will ban Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) can ban again.

Union Minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar has already told through a tweet that this game Will be closely monitored for the first 3 months. After that a decision will be taken to permanently lift the ban from the game. This decision will be of the Government of India. BGMI was completely delisted from Google Play Store and Apple App Store in July 2022 under Section 69 of the IT Act. The move affected the Indian e-sports industry.



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