PUBG Mobile: New Welcome Gift for India Has Been Leaked
PUBG Corporation recently announced that it would soon be returning with PUBG Mobile in India. It declared that this time onward, we would get to see a confined version of the game, named PUBG Mobile India, and the organization will follow all of the local laws for data management and security. However, it is yet to advertise an exact release date for the game. Ahead of the release, many data miners and YouTubers have supposedly spotted PUBG Mobile India’s welcome present inside the game’s global version.
PUBG Mobile India: The gift will be presented to all players who will download and play the game during its launch.
The gift will be awarded to all players downloading and playing PUBG Mobile India at the release time. The gift will be a reward box, including the Anarkali headgear, the Anarkali set, and a Classic Crate.
These items have only appeared inside the mobile game’s global beta version and could be a test. The real rewards might switch at the release time.
Till now, it is unknown when PUBG will properly launch in India. Keep in mind that the game can’t relaunch in India until it gets the official acceptance from the Indian government.
To recollect, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MEITY), under Section 69A of the Information Technology Act, outlawed PUBG Mobile, its Lite version, and 115 other Chinese applications during September in India. The reason presented stated that the game is involved in biased activities to sovereignty and sincerity, and security.
PUBG Corporation has announced that it will give Indian players “a secure and healthful gameplay condition,” in which it will assure that the secrecy and security of Indian data is its top preference. The company will also be managing “regular checkings and verifications on the storage operations holding Indian users’ personally identifiable data to strengthen security and guarantee that their data is safe.” Apart from this, it has also stated its plan to invest $100 million in India to set up an India foundation. It would employ over 100 personalities to improve communications and services and offer competitions for the game.