PUBG Mobile just made its comeback in a new avatar called Battleground Mobile India, nearly 9 months after it was banned in September of last year. On June 17, the game’s early access became live, and all of the beta slots were quickly taken, leaving many eager players high and dry. Battlegrounds Mobile India early access is now accessible to all mobile gamers according to the game developer Krafton.
Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) was expected to launch on June 18 for a few weeks. Even though the game is still in beta, today’s developments have confirmed that the rumours were accurate. On the official BGMI Facebook page, Krafton made the formal announcement.
This indicates that you may now register to participate as a tester for the BGMI beta in India. To download the battle royale game onto your device, just click this link and sign up to be a tester. Battlegrounds Mobile India has an instal size of 0.96GB and a download size of roughly 700MB. The low- or high-resolution texture packs, maps, and other features must be downloaded from within the game.
Visit our comprehensive article, where we have detailed how to easily download and instal Battlegrounds Mobile India on your Android device, to learn how to sign up to be a beta tester. The official Play Store method, which is currently available to everyone, as well as the BGMI APK and OBB file are both included.
If you are unable to sign up for the beta test, you can use the APK file to instal the game by following the directions in this manual. Check out this article for further information on how to switch from PUBG Mobile to Battlegrounds Mobile India.
There is nothing new to look forward to with Battlegrounds Mobile India. With a few tiny adjustments and additions here and there, it is the exact same game as PUBG Mobile. The fact that you have the same weaponry but no red blood in BGMI serves as a constant reminder that you are in a simulation environment. Therefore, feel free to give BGMI a try and share your feedback in the comments section.