How to Pre-Register for Battlegrounds Mobile India on Android

PUBG Mobile India aka Battlegrounds Mobile India’s pre-registration is starting from next week via Google Play Store. The developers of the South Korean video game Battleground Mobile India have announced that the pre-registration will begin from 18th May 2021.

Krafton Announces BattleGrounds Mobile India Pre-Registration Date for Android 

Battlegrounds Mobile India

Battlegrounds Mobile India is the Indian version of the PUBG Mobile game that was banned in the country in last year September, due to security reasons. All those who pre-register for the game from 18th May can avail exclusive items and special rewards, once the game is available for download.

PUBG Mobile India (Battlegrounds Mobile India) Pre-Registrations Starts Next Week

However, the pre-registrations are now open only for Android users, which means, you need to visit Google Play Store to register for the game. Soon, Krafton will announce the pre-registration date for iOS devices also, as of now no details are out.

How to pre-register for Battlegrounds Mobile India on Android?

The pre-registration date of Battlegrounds Mobile India is 18th May 2021, i.e on Tuesday.

Do remember, the pre-registration for Battlegrounds Mobile India is available only for Android devices. So, if you are an Android user, follow the given steps.

  1. First, open Google Play Store on your Android phone.
  2. Search for Battlegrounds Mobile India
  3. Click on Pre-register option on the right side

That’s it! You will now be notified when the game is available for download. By having the pre-registrations, the developers get to know that how many of them are interested in the game, so they can make improvements or changes.

Krafton has not yet announced the launch date of the game, but the expected month is June.

However, in the teaser, we can see one of the maps that will be present in the game is the most popular map from PUBG Mobile India, the Sanhok 4×4 map. Though, the name might not be the same.

Last week, the developer Krafton has made it official that the PUBG game is coming back in India in a new avatar with a new privacy policy. According to the new policy, the players who are under 18 will need to submit their parent’s permission and they will be allowed to play only for 3 hours a day.