PUBG Mobile release date in India: Here's what we know so far

Yolanda Curtis
November 20, 2020

The Inside Story report said that, according to some experts, the main reason could be that the Indian Government is yet to come out with their official stance on the relaunch of the PUBG Mobile.

Without divulging the exact launch date of PUBG Mobile India, had in a teaser video released last week revealed that the comeback is going to be even more engaging.

There are few details about the game, one of them being that it will arrive under a new moniker, "PUBG Mobile India". According to mobile gaming and game sharing community TapTap, PUBG Mobile India registered 200,000 pre-registrations, much more than the pre-registration numbers of FAU-G, the Indian alternative of PUBG which aimed to fill the void that was left after PUBG was banned in September. However, within a couple of months, the PUBG Corps has managed to relaunch the game in the country, but the company is still yet to reveal the relaunch date of the game. But, just like FAU-G, there is no official announcement from PUBG corporation and that has thrown more confusion amongst gamers. PUBG Mobile India pre-registration is already underway.


You must note that these pre-registration numbers are not official or have not been confirmed by either PUBG Mobile or FAU-G.

"Countdown begins. Few hours to go!", the tweet from PUBG Mobile India fan club account reads.

PUBG Corp also says that in the new PUBG Mobile India game, in-game content will be improved and tailored to reflect local needs. Well, now you all PUBG lovers can heave a sigh of relief as your wait is over with positive developments related to the game. The company will include a feature that places restrictions on game time to promote healthy gameplay habits for younger players.


Earlier, the PUBG Corporation said it has plans to make investments worth $100 million in India to cultivate the local video game, esports, entertainment, and IT industries.

PUBG fans have been waiting for the game's return with bated breath ever since it was banned in India.

PUBG Corp will also be establishing an India subsidiary and will hire over 100 employees specialising in business, esports, and game development. Krafton Inc has tied up with Microsoft Azure to address the issues of data security of Indian users.


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