PUBG Mobile, one of the hot topics in the Indian mobile gaming community for the last few months. Earlier, the apps blocked by the Indian Government with other apps.
The suspension thoroughly disheartened Indian fans, but the announcement of a particular Indian version revitalized them and provided them with a ray of hope.
GodNixon, aka Luv Sharma, a popular PUBG Mobile content creator, has now shared an update that the government has finally approved PUBG Mobile India.
“According to sources, the government has given the green signal for the comeback of PUBG Mobile. However, the exact release date nor the month haven’t been finalized, but the game will indeed be returning. Some of the popular content creators, including Ghatak, had posted stories, dropping hints regarding the return.”
“I wasn’t going to reveal this, but the audience’s support couldn’t stop me from making revelations. The following two months will be very good for PUBG lovers, and numerous exciting updates are coming soon for TSM lovers. Please don’t ask for a date.”
“I cannot tell the timing or anything because we don’t know yet. But what I can tell you is, we care about the Indian market greatly, and also, that’s how I get to know you and get to know friends in the Indian gaming industry now. So definitely, we will work hard to make it happen.”
This statement indicates that PUBG Mobile India is the top priority for Krafton. The South Korean gaming company is making every effort to bring back the battle royale title in the country.
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