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South Korean video game developer Crafton has announced the launch of Battlegrounds Mobile India. Now the company has announced the pre-registration date for the game. Pre-registration of the game will begin on May 18 on the Google Play Store. This is a new version of Pabji. This multiplayer free mobile game developed by Crafton.
Battlegrounds will release with in-game events such as Mobile India outfits and features. The game will give free-to-play experience on mobile devices. However, the company has now not told anything about its launch date. First it will be launched for Android users.
Rewards will be available on pre-registration
The company said about the pre-registration of the game that users will be able to claim for specific rewards. These rewards will be for Indian players only. For pre-registration, users will have to go to the Google Play Store and click on the ‘Pre-Register’ button. Rewards will be automatically available for the claim at the time of game launch. Crafton told that game lovers under the age of 18 will have to provide the parents’ mobile number for registration. That is, such gamers will need to take parent’s permission.
Data security first priority
Crafton will work with its partners to ensure data security at every stage, prioritizing privacy and data security. This will ensure that privacy rights are respected and complete collection and storage of data will be done by following all the laws applicable to players in India.
Army will get a fight
This Vetal game will give a direct competition to the Indian Vetal game military. FAU-G (Fearless and United Guards) is a first-person shooter game for mobile. The game is made by Bangalore-based company nCore Games. Actor Akshay Kumar announced the launch of the Made-in-India FAU-G game after Pabji was banned. The FAU-G is designed under the “Self-reliant India” mission. 20 per cent of the game proceeds will be donated to the Veer Trust of India.