After months upon months of anticipation, Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) is finally here – at least for Beta Testers. It would be an understatement to suggest that the game has been highly anticipated, and it will be exciting to see what Krafton has in store for Indian gamers and what features will be exclusive to this version of the game.
Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) has been available for pre-registration on the Google Play Store for a while now, and those who were able to get in as Beta Testers early on are in for a treat. According to the Google Play description, players will be able to opt out of the Beta testing and download the public version once it is available.
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Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) is finally available for Download for Beta Testers
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— BATTLEGROUNDS MOBILE INDIA (@B_GroundsMob_IN) June 17, 2021
The game is currently not available to the public – which means only a select few Beta testers who opted in to testing early will have access. Battlegrounds Mobile India is an iteration of the much beloved and fabled PUBG Mobile, and has likely gone through several major changes that are specific to the version of the game in the country.
Beta testers can now download the game through the Google Play Store and get a feel for Krafton has in store for Indian gamers. Many in the community theorized, after a series of cryptic hints and suggestions, that the game will be releasing around 18 June.
It looks like theorists and optimistic fans might have just been right, although in a much different way than they had probably anticipated. Although Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) is indeed out, it is currently only available for a restricted group of people.
Krafton and PUBG Mobile devs had to go back to the drawing board, and after months of trials and alterations – they finally have a game ready for the Indian market. Undoubtedly the biggest game release in India in the past few years, it probably won’t be long before the public is let in and players can finally jump back into their favorite battle royale.