BGMI Unban (Battleground Mobile India), the Indian version of PUBG, is finally set to make a comeback in India and Krafton’s CEO has officially confirmed the game’s unbanning after nearly 10 months of absence. Indian gamers can now rejoice as BGMI will soon be available for download on both the Google Play Store and Apple App Store.
BGMI, the Indian version of the popular game PUBG, faced a ban in the country due to its Chinese parent company. However, the recent news of BGMI’s unban has sparked joy within the gaming communities of India. BGMI unban has been confirmed by the makers but the relaunch date remains undisclosed by Krafton executives at this time. According to DNA, BGMI might be available to download on Apple App Store and Google Play Store from May 27, 5:30 pm.
Union Minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar, on his official Twitter handle, stated that “This is a 3-month trial approval of BGMI after it has complied with issues of server locations and data security etc.
This is a 3 month trial approval of #BGMI aftr it has complied wth issues of server locations n data security etc.
— Rajeev Chandrasekhar 🇮🇳 (@Rajeev_GoI) May 19, 2023
BGMI unban: What are the changes
Reportedly, as per News18, BGMI is poised to make a return with certain regulations in effect. Government officials will closely monitor the application to ensure adherence to India’s regulations. The report indicates that the game will exhibit less violence and use alternative colors to depict blood. Furthermore, cosmetic alterations are anticipated. The testing phase is projected to span three months, and playing time restrictions may be implemented, indicating that the game won’t be accessible around the clock.
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