Battlegrounds Mobile India went up for pre-registration on Google Play store and reached 20 million registrations in less than a month.
Now that the Beta Tester version of the Battlegrounds Mobile India was launched on Thursday (May 17), PUBG Mobile India fans are eagerly waiting for the release of the blockbuster video game in its full form.
Battlegrounds Mobile India has crossed five million downloads in its Early Access phase, which is available to everyone in the country. Krafton, the South Korean developer, shared the development through an in-game notification along with a reward thanking Indian players. The game was available to download in open beta to a few testers on June 17 and opened to everyone on June 18, and it has already crossed five million downloads. Battlegrounds Mobile India is the Indian version of PUBG Mobile which was banned in the country in September last year.
Krafton opened beta testing for a limited number of users on June 17 and the slots filled up almost immediately. Later, it announced that the Early Access build is now available to everyone and that more slots have been made available in the beta program. Players who join during the Early Access phase get one Supply Crate Coupon, two EXP Cards, and a 2x BP Card.
It’s not surprising to see so many players jumping in as the mobile video game has been eagerly awaited for almost nine months now. The game is an Indian version of PUBG Mobile that was banned in the country in September last year. Early last month, The PUBG replacement went up for pre-registration on the Google Play store and, by the first week of this month, had crossed 20 million pre-registrations. The five million downloads mark seems like the first milestone for the extremely popular game that is yet to arrive on iOS devices.