BGMI Launch Date Revealed: Now Available for Android Users to Download!
Written by Sanjay Kumar
Battlegrounds Mobile India
- Platforms: iOS, Android, iPadOS
- Developer: KRAFTON
- Initial release date: 2 July 2021
- Mode: Multiplayer video game
- Composer: Tom Salta
- Genres: Battle royale game, First-person shooter, Third-person shooter
- Publisher: KRAFTON
BattleGrounds Mobile India (BGMI) is now available for Android users to download. Krafton Inc has made an announcement stating that BGMI, the beloved battle royale game in India, can be downloaded starting today, May 27, by all Android users. However, the game will only become playable from May 29. iOS users will be able to download and play the game starting May 29, 2023.
Morning BGMI Fans!
It’s the start of the weekend and we bring good news 😃
Starting today, May 27th, Android users can now begin preloading your favourite game from the Google Play Store. IOS form 29 May!
— Battleground Mobile India (@BattleGames_Ind) May 27, 2023
As part of the process, some users have already received an automatic update at midnight. Krafton’s CEO, Sean Hyunil Sohn, expressed his excitement about the announcement, stating that they are thrilled to announce the availability of BATTLEGROUNDS MOBILE INDIA for download. He emphasized their dedication to providing a smooth gameplay experience and thanked the authorities and users for their support, expressing his eagerness to enhance the gaming experience for the Indian community.
To ensure a seamless and uninterrupted gaming experience, Krafton has decided to stagger the availability and playability of BGMI. According to Krafton, players can jump into action-packed battles and showcase their skills on the battlegrounds starting from May 29.
Earlier this month, the ban on BGMI was lifted by the Indian government after Krafton committed to complying with the country’s laws. After almost a year-long ban, the new update of BGMI will introduce a new map, in-game events, and more features.
In addition to the game’s availability, Krafton has launched a new marketing campaign called ‘India Ki Heartbeat.’ This campaign aims to showcase the stories of gamers who deeply connect with BGMI, perceiving it as more than just a game but a profound emotion.
BGMI: Expected changes
There have been reports regarding concerns about the game’s addictiveness. To address this issue, the game is considering implementing a new system that limits its usage to a certain number of hours. Once you have played the game for a specific period of time, the app will become unavailable until the next day.
Another potential change in the game involves the removal of blood. In its previous version, the color of the blood was altered from red to green due to concerns about the violent connotations associated with red. However, it is now being suggested that the game may completely eliminate blood effects. Consequently, when a player shoots another character, there will be no visible signs of blood. It remains uncertain how the game will represent lower health metrics at this time.
Reports also indicate that the game may undergo a temporary ban lasting three months, during which regulators will monitor it for any violations. After this period, there is a possibility that the ban may be lifted permanently.
It is important to note that all of the aforementioned changes are speculative, and there is no official information available at this time. It is advisable to await the game’s official launch to discover what modifications have truly been implemented.
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