Battlegrounds Mobile India now Available to Download for Pre-registered Beta Testers – Download Link
Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) is finally here for Beta Testers – after months of waiting. This would be an understatement to say that the game has been eagerly anticipated, and it will be interesting to see what Krafton will have in store for Indian gamers, as well as what elements will be unique to the Indian version of the game.
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For a while now, Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) seems to have been open for pre-registration on the Google Play Store. And those who were lucky enough to join in as Beta Testers earlier on are in for the gift. Gamers would be able to opt-out of Beta testing and install the public version whenever it is launched, as per the Google Play description.
Download Battlegrounds Mobile India using the APK and OBB files
Battlegrounds Mobile India’s APK file: Click here
Battlegrounds Mobile India’s OBB file: Click here
Battlegrounds Mobile India is Now Available for Download for Beta Testers
The game is currently unavailable to the general public, which means that only a small number of Beta testers who signed up for early access will have access. Battlegrounds Mobile India is a localized version of the much-loved and famous PUBG Mobile. It is likely to have undergone several major adjustments unique to the Indian version of the game.
Beta testers may now get a taste of what Krafton seems to have in mind for Indian players by downloading the game from the Google Play Store. Following a series of cryptic hints and recommendations, many in the community speculated that the game will be released around June 18th.
It appears that theorists and optimistic supporters were correct, but in a far different way than they had imagined. Although Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) is now available, it is only available to a limited number of users.
Krafton and the PUBG Mobile team had to start over. And after months of testing and tweaking, they finally have a game that is ready for the Indian market. This will be India’s biggest game release in recent years without a doubt. It won’t be long before the game is available for everyone and players can return to their favorite battle royale.
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