Battlegrounds Mobile India Beta is now available for download [Update: Early Access is now open to everyone]

PUBG Mobile India is largely the same battle royale experience as PUBG Mobile, with a few small differences.

PUBG Mobile India

Battlegrounds Mobile India, the PUBG Mobile alternative, is now, kind of, playable. The game was in open beta, but only to a select group of testers. More spaces will be offered throughout the day, according to a press release from the firm. In the first week of May, Battlegrounds Mobile India was announced, and pre-registrations opened on May 18. Fans have been anxiously anticipating the game's release ever since.

The game is in Early Access or open beta, and fans may download and play it, according to Krafton's official Battlegrounds Mobile India Facebook page. However, it appears that the beta was only available for a limited time to a small number of beta testers, and the Google Playtesting programme is now filled. The beta testing link displays either an "internal server error" or a notice indicating that the testing program has achieved its maximum number of testers.

On Friday, Krafton posted on the Battlegrounds Mobile India Facebook page that the Early Access build is now open to everyone, implying that the business has increased the number of beta spots available. It's available through the above-mentioned beta testing URL. Those who join during the Early Access period will get a 1x Supply Crate Coupon, a 2x EXP Card, and a 2x BP Card in-game.

The game will be 721MB in size, according to a screenshot provided on Twitter by one of the individuals who received Early Access to Battlegrounds Mobile India today. Along with those that were able to gain entry, many others were unable to do so and expressed their displeasure on Twitter.

MySmartPrice's Ershad Kaleebullah released some gameplay footage from Battlegrounds Mobile India, as well as some insights. The in-game blood is green rather than red, there are several safety warnings, data from PUBG Mobile may be transferred, and an OTP is not required to log in. The map and configuration choices appear to be identical to those seen in PUBG Mobile.

This open beta is one day ahead of the game's scheduled release date of June 18, indicating that it will not be released tomorrow. According to previous reports, Krafton plans to release the game to the general public on June 18, although the developer has yet to confirm this.

The Indian version of PUBG Mobile, which was banned in the nation last September, is Battlegrounds Mobile India. It comes with a few changes that have now been made apparent. The battle royale experience is nearly identical to that of PUBG Mobile.

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