Battlegrounds Mobile India Launch Could Happen on Third Week of June

The latest leak suggests that the game might launch on June 18th, 2021 which falls in the third week of June.

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Battleground Mobile India is gearing up to launch in India soon but the company is yet to utter anything related to the release date. At the time of the announcement it was expected that the game would launch sometime in June but there is no certainty about the information. The most-awaited online battleground game is already available for pre-registration on the Google Play store, but there are no words about the availability on the iOS platform.

Going with the rumours the game is tipped to be available for download and play on June 10th or June 18th. In the latest development content creator, Abhijeet Andhare aka Ghatak has claimed that the company is planning to launch the game in the third week of June.

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Battleground Mobile India Expected Release Date

The latest leak suggests that the game might launch on June 18th, 2021 which falls in the third week of June. Ghatak is not a popular tipster and we can’t believe his post blindly, but he is the coach for esports pros like Jonathan Amaral who have worked with the game developers. There might be a possibility that he might have gotten the news from him and shared it with his Twitter fans.

Theories also suggest that June 10 launch date can be legit because on the same day a solar eclipse is happening and the teaser image also shows a solar eclipse. Do note that the company is yet to reveal anything about the launch date officially and we recommend you to take this information with a grain of salt.

Recently it was reported that ahead of the official launch some politicians in India are seeking a ban on the game. Former Union Minister and current Arunachal Pradesh MLA Ninong Erin in his letter to the Prime Minister stated that the game’s release is a threat to the privacy and security of Indians. However, don’t worry because the government can’t ban the game as long as Krafton follows the rules outlined in terms of data and privacy.

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