PUBG Mobile Global soon to be relaunched as desi version
PUBG Mobile is relaunching in India for which it has all set for the end of 2020. The developers of the online battle ground gaming software have confirmed that the PUBG Mobile India Update version will be a variant from the original global version.
The old PUBG Mobile IDs will be transferred from global to the PUBG Esport Indian gaming community according to the latest developer update.
Further an official report suggest that the users will have their skins and in-game purchase from global version to the Indian version which will lead to a scenario where character has migrated to the Indian version and players can retrieve their in-game purchase while the game will be available in the country.
The servers of the game are supposed to be based out of India. Microsoft’s Azure platform will be place where full version of the game developed by Krafton or its partners will be available. It must be noted that the PUBG Mobile IDs that are banned for 10 years will not be migrated to the Indian version. Players have to create their new IDs to get a new start in that case.
“We fundamentally don’t see any real difference between what was and what will come in. It’s the same gameplay with some cosmetic changes that suit Indian sensibilities. The love for the genre and the gameplay is not forgotten. The game will be back with the same fervour for the core community,” as told be Akshat Rathee, MD & Co-Founder at NODWIN Gaming.
Notably, to bring back the past rewards, achievements, PUBG Mobile Indian UC, tiers resets, skins, 2-2 rename cards, frames, and other cosmetics have migrated all the Indian gamers ID. Meanwhile, the PUBG Corps on its official social media handles has even released a return teaser of the PUBG Mobile in India.
The teaser video features has multiple streamers who are known for streaming PUBG in India. However, the game’s return to India is still subject to approval from the Indian higher authorities. The authorities are required to approve the new game, although company might have announced its return.