PUBG is Not Returning Soon, Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology Said

PUBG Mobile India: Here we will be taking a look at everything we know about PUBG Mobile's India comeback, from how and why it was banned to what all changes will we see in PUBG Mobile India.

PUBG Mobile India
PUBG Mobile India - DNAGamers.com
PUBG Mobile India
PUBG Mobile India – DNAGamers.com

PUBG Mobile India Updates: December 21, 2020, 08.59 AM: PUBG is returning to India? There was a hint of this happening last month It is heard that this popular game is going to be launched in India under the name of PUBG Mobile India after the get out of Chinese control. Which is definitely good news for PUBG lovers But now the popular mobile game PUBG is not returning to India very soon. Sources said that PUBG is not likely to return to India before March 2021.

What does it mean to reintroduce PUBG Games in India where it was banned for security reasons? That is the question raised by the opposition. According to sources, the mobile game PUBG is not returning to India this year. As a result, game-lovers will have to stay without the Battle Royale game even on events like Christmas and New Year. Even Valentine’s Day in February is known to be spent without PUBG for PUBG fans.

The situation in Ladakh escalated after clashes between the two countries armies on the India-China border Due to this, the Indian government banned several Chinese apps One of which was the popular PUBG game. Earlier, it was heard that PUBG Mobile was going to return to India on November 14. The enthusiasm of the PUBG lovers increased. But there is no clear date for when PUBG will be re-launched in India. So there is no possibility of PUBG returning to this country before March 2021, it can be said

November 20, 2020, 10.35 AM: PUBG Mobile is one of the most popular games among online users. Especially in India, PUBG Mobile has a huge demand. And when it was banned in India, back in September there was a huge outcry from the public to unban it, but the Indian government did not budge.

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Now PUBG Corporation has announced that they will back to India soon with a special PUBG India Version. But it all depends on the Indian government permission.

PUBG Mobile India: Mobile, PC & Lite Version

What is PUBG Mobile India?

PUBG Corporation recently announced that PUBG Mobile is coming back to India with a local twist to it. The game now will be called PUBG Mobile India, and it will be separate from the global version, similar to the Korean and Chinese version.

PUBG Mobile India: When it will be launched?

PUBG Corporation has not announced any exact launch date for PUBG Mobile India. And the current speculation is that the game will be made available soon. However, there has been no confirmation from the government to allow the game in India.

According to an earlier report by the Times of India, the government remains unfazed on its decision of the ban “unless [the PUBG Corporation] addresses the concerns, it will be difficult to grant any relaxation [to the game].” According to our earlier report, the government is yet to take a look at the new version of the app.

PUBG Mobile India: Teaser video and website

PUBG Corporation recently uploaded multiple video teasers to hype up PUBG Mobile India. These videos feature prominent Indian PUBG Mobile influencers like Dynamo, Jonathan and more. It has also set up a dedicated site for the game. The site does not have a lot of information to offer at the moment. Instead, it just hosts a banner of coming soon and features links to the social media handles of the game.

PUBG Mobile India Lite Version: Will it also comeback?

The PUBG Corporation is currently working only bringing back PUBG Mobile to India. It has not mentioned anything about the Lite version of the game. It could be that the company first tests the water with its PUBG Mobile India game and then launches its PUBG Mobile India Lite game, with apt changes to it.

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