Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) Launched: 10 Million Download Reward Released, How to Update to Official Final Version

Let’s take a look at more details as Battlegrounds Mobile India gets officially launched.


Krafton, the developers of Battlegrounds Mobile India, announced the game last month in the country. Pre-registered players could download the early access version of the Battle Royale via the Google Play Store. Krafton has now officially released the final version of BGMI for Indian users. The PUBG Mobile alternative is currently available for download on the Google Play Store. It makes its way officially following the early access version which was released a couple of weeks ago. The company has announced a few updates as it releases the official version on the Google Play Store. Let’s take a look at more details as Battlegrounds Mobile India gets officially launched.

Battlegrounds Mobile India Final Version Launched

Krafton has officially released the final version of Battlegrounds Mobile India. The early access of the game was available for download in May. Krafton has announced that users can download the official final version of the game from the Google Play Store. Those who had the early access version can simply download the 137MB update from the Play Store to get the official version.

As part of the official release, the developers have announced various in-game events. The duration of receiving the “India ka Battlegrounds” gift along with 1 million and 5 million total download rewards is extended to August 19, 23:59:59(UTC). In addition, Krafton is also rewarding players with a Constable Set (a permanent gift for 10 million downloads). Players can claim this reward after the official opening until August 19, 23:59:59 (UTC). Krafton said it will announce more such in-game events in the coming days.

Users on iOS might have to wait for a few more days to play BGMI on iPhone. The developers have not yet announced any details regarding the BGMI iOS app release date. Reports in the past claimed that the iOS app for BGMI is in the works and is expected to launch soon.

The PUBG Mobile replacement has crossed a five million downloads milestone already within a few days of its early access release. It comes with minor changes over the banned PUBG Mobile. These include a change in the colour of blood. It has been changed from Red to Green. The word Kill has been replaced with Finish as well. You can click here to see the changes made to BGMI.