Popular PUBG Mobile could be returning to India soon! However, it will be with a new name. According to teasers, it will launch as Battlegrounds Mobile India, an India-exclusive version of the game. However, Krafton did not announce the official release date of its upcoming battle royale in India. Although a new report claims that Krafton is planning to release the game in June 2021.

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Battlegrounds Mobile India Launch Timeline Tipped

According to the noted PUBG Mobile caster and influencer, Ocean Sharma, Battlegrounds Mobile India launch could happen in June. In addition, he also says that that the trailer could arrive by May-end.

As I previously stated, there will be two major announcements in May, one of which has been made today. Also, if this was just a teaser, the trailer could arrive by the end of the month if everything goes according to plan. Because this was only a baby step, the Battlegrounds Mobile India could be available by June“.

statement to Sportskeeda Esports, the PUBG caster

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On the other hand, Krafton also confirms that the game will be available for pre-registration soon. Users who wish to get early access need to sign up during the Battlegrounds Mobile India pre-registration period. They will also share the feedback with the company on the overall gameplay. In addition, the company is also dropping teasers to tease the logo of the India-specific game.

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Furthermore, it also reveals the new privacy policy and terms of service. Players under 18 years of age will have some restrictions while playing the Battlegrounds Mobile India. They will need to get parental consent to be legally eligible to play the game. Verification will be done by providing the parent or guardian’s mobile number. Users below 18 years will also be restricted from playing the game for more than three hours a day. Furthermore, they cannot make in-app purchases above Rs 7,000.