The wait of Indian gamers is finally over after a long time. Yes, Krafton has officially launched Battleground Mobile India (BGMI), the re-launched version of PUBG India. Let us tell you, Early Access to the game was released in mid-June. BGMI allows gamers to transfer their data from PUBG Mobile to the new game, but this feature will be temporarily disabled from 6th July. Developed by Krafton, the game was rolled out in India last month for download on Android devices.
South Korean developer Krafton shared via a notice on the official Battlegrounds Mobile India website that the data transfer service will be temporarily suspended from July 6 until further notice. According to the developer, the game requires some maintenance and hence gamers will not be able to transfer their data from PUBG Mobile to Battlegrounds Mobile India from July 6.
Gamers are glad to know that they can continue their game with Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) from where they left after PUBG Mobile was banned in September last year. The data transfer service is currently active for the users. This allows Krafton to store the personal data of Indian gamers on servers in India and Singapore.
Battlegrounds Mobile India has been officially launched today for Android devices and for now, there is no update on the iOS release. It is a free-to-play battle royale game for which 10 million gamers have already subscribed.
This game will give a tough challenge
Battlegrounds Mobile India game will get a tough challenge from the Fauji game in India. Talking about the FAU-G game, this game was launched earlier this year. This game is available on Google Play Store and its size is 460MB. This game has been given the theme of the Battle of Galway Valley. In this, users will get Team Deathmatch beta mode along with campaign mode. Team Deathmatch beta mode is a multiplayer mode. In this mode, users will get a market map with a new weapon. In this, users can team up with online players or their friends and play with other players in 5v5 battles.