New PUBG Mobile 1.2 global update for iOS and Android platforms released; Gamers in India in awaiting mode

New PUBG Mobile 1.2 global update for iOS and Android platforms released; Gamers in India in awaiting mode


PUBG Mobile: PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, PUBG Mobile has now announced the global release of 1.2 global updates for iOS and Android platforms. However, PUBG Mobile India has been banned by the Indian Government ever since September 2020. With the game still being banned in India and with FAU-G (Fearless and United Guards) set to launch in January 26, PUBG Mobile India and their fans have been left totally disappointed and frustrated.

On Tuesday, in a Twitter update on PUBG Mobile’s global handle, it announced the release of a 1.2 update based on a Runic Power Mode. What is the Runic Power Mode? According to gamers who have played the latest version of PUBG Mobile, it is a feature that enhances the battle royale mode of the game, the dnaindia.com reported.

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According a report from insidesport.co, the patch update is the latest addition to what will happen in Erangle in PUBG Mobile. The Runic Power Mode will be available when you download the PUBG Mobile update 1.2, for which, your phone should have a memory space of 615 MB on your Android devices. For the iOS version, you need to have 1.5 GB.

As per DNA India, The Runic Power Mode in PUBG Mobile is a kind of energy booster and it gives them two sets of skills. The Runes available on PUBG Mobile currently are Flame Rune, Artic Rune and Wind Rune.

All these three Runes will have a boost skill and a summon skill depending upon the type of skill the player currently exhibits. This update will be there till March 7th and it gives the players unique skills to defeat the enemy.

After the Ban, last November, PUBG Corporation had said it is making a comeback to the India market with the creation of an Indian subsidiary and a new game.

The immensely popular PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) Mobile app was among the 118 Chinese apps that the Indian government banned in September 2020 over national security concerns.

To get the ban lifted, PUBG Corp made the decision to no longer authorise the PUBG Mobile franchise to China-based Tencent Games in India.





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