Pre-registration for PUBG Mobile India, also known as Battlegrounds Mobile India, will begin next week on the Google Play Store. The pre-registration period for the South Korean video game Battleground Mobile India will begin on May 18, 2021, according to the game’s developers.

Battlegrounds Mobile India is the Indian version of the PUBG Mobile game, which was banned in September of last year for security reasons in the region. Those who pre-register for the game before the 18th of May will receive exclusive items and special rewards when the game is released.

However, pre-registrations are now only available for Android users, so you’ll have to go to the Google Play Store to sign up for the game. Krafton will announce the pre-registration date for iOS devices soon, but no specifics have been released yet.

Pre-Register for Battlegrounds Mobile India on Android

pre-register for Battlegrounds Mobile India

Battlegrounds Mobile India’s pre-registration deadline is Tuesday, May 18th, 2021.

Know that Battlegrounds Mobile India pre-registration is only available for Android devices. So, if you’re an Android user, simply follow the instructions.

  1. First, open Google Play Store on your Android phone.
  2. Search for Battlegrounds Mobile India
  3. Click on Pre-register option on the right side

That concludes our discussion. When the game is ready to download, you will be informed. Pre-registrations allow the developers to determine how many people are interested in the game, allowing them to make updates or adjustments.

The game’s release date has yet to be confirmed by Krafton, although it is projected to be in June.

However, one of the maps that will be included in the game is the most famous map from PUBG Mobile India, the Sanhok 44 map, which can be seen in the teaser. The name, however, may not be the same.

The PUBG game is returning to India in a new avatar with a new privacy policy, according to developer Krafton, who announced it last week. Players under the age of 18 will be required to obtain parental permission and will be limited to 3 hours of play per day under the new rules.