Digital Desk, New Delhi. The wait for the Indian version of the popular mobile game PUBG (PubG) i.e. Battlegrounds Mobile India is almost over. The good news for game lovers is that this game has been made available for downloading in India. The company has updated its support page with details of the game’s OTP authentication. At present, it has been made available only for testing the beta version. It is expected that it will be made available to all users soon.
Let us inform that, PUBG game maker company KRAFTON had recently listed the BATTLEGROUNDS MOBILE INDIA game for pre-registration on Google play store. However, the company has not given any information about its launch date so far.
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testing request full
During the testing of PUBG’s Indian variant Battlegrounds Mobile India, only a few users got a chance to download it. According to the Google Play Store, the number of beta testers is full. In such a situation, the beta testing request of Battlegrounds Mobile India has been closed for the time being.
These conditions will remain for playing the game
According to the information given on the Battlegrounds Mobile India website, if you want to play the game Battlegrounds Mobile India, then you will have to enter the OTP to login. That is, now your mobile number will be used to play the game and you will be able to play the game only after verifying the OTP.
A player can request OTP only 10 times. After this the request will be restricted for 24 hours. Whereas a phone number can be registered on a maximum of 10 accounts.
One thing to note is that gamers can only enter the ‘Verify Code’ three times for login, after which it will not work. Please note that a code verification code will be valid for five minutes.
when will launch
According to leaked reports, Battlegrounds Mobile India can be launched in India by the end of June. Earlier, in the leaked report, the news of the launch of the game on 18 June 2021 was revealed. At present it is being tested. In such a situation, experts believe that the company can soon make it available to all users.
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PUBG was banned last year
Let us tell you that PUBG was banned in India last year after allegations of data theft. In such a situation, this time OTP is being used to log-in to the Indian variant of the game, Battlegrounds Mobile India. while before
Players used to have the facility to log-in through Facebook, Google Play or guest account to play PUBG.