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PUBG Mobile Indian Version APK download option found on the website

Danny Peterson



PUBG Mobile India APK file download option found on the website

The hype of the most anticipated PUBG Mobile Indian version continues as the game is close to release soon.  The LAUNCH date hasn’t been revealed but, the latest developments showed that the new version is in the making process.

The last 60 days have been a roller coaster ride for PUBG Fans in India. The game got banned along with 118 other apps by the Indian Government. Concerns were raised over the security of the users’ data that lead to the cause of banning. But a few days ago, PUBG Cooperation announced the return of PUBG Mobile in India with a new version specifically built for Indian gamers.

Pubg Mobile Indian Version APK File

PUBG launched the official website for all the upcoming news and details for the large gaming community in India. Krafton also planned to open its office in New Delhi (India’s Capital) with 100 million investments to improve the game and eliminate all the concerns of the Indian Govt. Since then, sneak peeks, teasers and short trailers are taking the hype to the next level. In the latest actions, an APK file download option was seen on the website.

Pubg Indian Version

However, the webpage failed to open.  We expect that developers are testing the webpage and making sure everything is working, before the actual update release.  This act shows that the game is near the launch and PUBG fans in India should get ready to enjoy the popular battle royale game once again.

In October, PUBG terminated all the access of existing players who downloaded the game before the game banned. This means, no player is permitted to play the game in India until further notice.  Fans haven’t able to play the game for over 2 weeks now and they are eagerly waiting for the launch.

Danny is a senior writer at Techarim, where he covers smartphones and gaming news. Previously, he worked as a tech writer at Adweek, a senior editor at the tech blog VentureBeat, and a local government reporter at the Hollister Free Lance.

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