New Delhi: PUBG Mobile India refuses to leave the spotlight! The interest in the game is so high that that it has acquired a life of its own and is growing stronger along with the uncertainty surrounding its launch. Yes, PUBG Mobile India launch has been anxiously awaited by the fans of the Battle Royale Games in the country. There has been a great buildup about its launch with multiple reports appearing about it. The suspense over its launch continues because millions of PUBG fans in India are waiting for its re-entry after teh ban was first imposed in the country. The entire issue was kickstarted by PUBG itself when it said it was on its comeback trail. Here’s some latest information from the gaming company.
The 1.1 beta Android update of the popular PUBG BR title was rolled out couple of weeks ago and gamers are extremely eager to test out the new features, reported Zee News.
As per the report, PUBG players can now do the beta testing before they are rolled out for the global version of the game. The latest beta version has a new mode, Extreme Hunt Mode, Powered Exoskeleton, respawns, and more.
Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to download PUBG Mobile global version 1.2 beta update and install the link:
Go to the below mentioned link and download the APK file
Note that the size of the APK file 625 MB
Tap the download button. You will find it on the top-right corner
Select the APK option from the drop-down menu
Locate and install the APK file
Open PUBG Mobile once the update is complete.
Press the guest option.
A dialog will box appears, prompting you to enter the invitation code
Enter the code and press the yellow button
Now you can start testing the latest features
Do also note that PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite are banned in India, so it is strictly advised that Indian gamers should not download the game.
PUBG has been in talks with the Indian authorities regarding the game’s re-entry into Indian market.
Things will of course not be very simple for PUBG Mobile India. It has to get a number of clearances and till it does not have them, it will not be able to launch here. Exactly what is the status on this issue is still unclear. Meanwhile, an Inside Sport report had previously said that PUBG’s re-entry into India ‘In the current circumstances will not be easy’. The website further quoted insiders stating that the game’s launch could be pushed to January or February next year’, which again ‘will depend on the stance of the government’.
The government had banned the multiplayer action game PUBG on September 2 along with dozens of other China linked apps and it has been pulled out from both Google Play Store and Apple App Store in India following the directive from the government.
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