Indian fans of the battle royale game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) are waiting with bated breath for the game to make its comeback in India.
It was rumoured it will re-launch in India on November 20. However, at the time of writing this article, there has been no official announcement yet from either the PUBG Corporation or the parent company, Krafton, on the release of the game.
Meanwhile, the company has set up an official site and uploaded teasers that indicate that PUBG Mobile’s return to India is imminent.
Pre-registrations of PUBG Mobile India are now open
Pre-registration for the PUBG Mobile India across Android and iOS were open for select users who are a part of Tap Tap game forums — a mobile game sharing community that recommends high-quality mobile games.
Is PUBG Mobile India coming back to India?
The answer is yes, but the official launch date is yet to be revealed.
However, there is no official statement on the release date of the mobile game. Amid the long wait of millions of mobile gamers, it is still not clear if the game would be available to download later today.
Notably, it was a few days back notified about the official return of PUBG Mobile in India in a new avatar called PUBG Mobile India, however, the time has stood still for PUBG fans since.
Moreover, it is also not clear whether the game will be rolled out for iPhone gamers. If the game is released soon, then it will be a good news for those who had been waiting for this for long time now.
Ahead of its launch, PUBG Mobile India was reportedly proved to be highly popular, according to pre-registration numbers revealed earlier. As per updates from game sharing community TapTap, PUBG Mobile India registered 200,000 pre-registrations, much more than the pre-registration numbers of FAU-G, the Indian alternative of PUBG.
Earlier, the PUBG Corporation said it has plans to make investments worth $100 million in India to cultivate the local video game, esports, entertainment, and IT industries.
The immensely popular PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) Mobile app was among the 118 Chinese apps that the Indian government banned in September over national security concerns.