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PUBG Mobile India Release Date Not Yet Confirmed

Many PUBG lovers are waiting for the launch of PUBB Mobile in India which was banned by the Indian government. A new PUBG 1.3 Beta link has been released for worldwide users. The beta version is currently only available for testing purposes. The new update released by PUBG Corporation has all the new features and its graphics are better than the previous versions.

The company has not made any official announcement regarding the release date of the game, but it is speculated that PUBG Mobile India might be launched between March and April.

As per the reports, the PUBG Corporation has been putting up trailers of the game and social media posts on YouTube and which is increasing the hopes of the fans that the game will soon be launched in India.

The company said that the PUBG Corp Is conducting regular audits and verifications on storage systems that hold data for Indian users to reinforce security and ensure that the privacy of users is safely managed.

PUBG Mobile India is heavily customised by developers for Indian gamers. There are many fake links available on the internet for PUBG Mobile India but those links lead you to the Korean version. Many Indian players have shifted their game from the global version to PUBG Korean version. Many players are using VPN to play the global version of PUBG in India. the game was banned in India due to clash with China. The Indian government banned it on the basis of threats to domestic security. 

But even after its ban, the demand for PUBG mobile was very high in India. The game was banned on 30 October 2020. Since then it is making a lot of efforts to return to India. Developers are still working on the Indian version but no official announcement has come about its release date.

 

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