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Battleground Mobile India (BGMI) :- The Indian version of PUBG

Battleground Mobile India: – Battleground Mobile India (BGMI), the most awaited game of India is now available for beta version testing. The south Korean parent company KRAFTON brought the game with some modifications and restrictions following the terms and conditions given by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology of India after almost a year of the ban on PUBG.

The game now comes without the “Red blood effect “, the word “kills” and some other aspects that could be found violent to some people. The Red blood effect is now replaced by green and yellow feather effect that could be seen while hitting the enemy or after killing them. Another modification in the game is that now you don’t killyour enemy, instead of that now you finish them. Krafton is trying to suppress the conspicuous representation of violence in the game by making these changes.

Unlike PUBG, BGMI now keeps reminding their players that they are playing a game and it is not a real-life incident. The game keeps making announcements that they are in a virtual world and to take things lightly when you enter the game. It also gives you a reminder if you play for more than two hours and advices you to take frequent breaks while playing. Another reminder you get is that if you are under 18, you will not be able to play the game more than 3hours a day. But except these the other features like the maps and the guns all are similar to PUBG.

The authority announced that the game will release on 18th June but they gave early access of the game on 17th June to some content creators and some of the normal players for testing by some sources. The authority is expecting a huge success of the game, just like PUBG did in India.


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