Good news for BGMI fans in India that the game could return soon, weeks after it was banned. India’s gamers were elated to hear that Battle Grounds Mobile India (BGMI) is returning to app stores. The game had been abruptly removed in a government crackdown on Chinese apps, even though BGMI is not a Chinese app.
The game has been dormant for many years since then, and it seems that it could be making a comeback. This is due to the efforts of the creators, who are presently working on getting the game reinstated. If all goes well, BGMI will return to India soon, and gamers will be able to play it once again.
BGMI Returns To India
It looks like Battle Royale Game India (BGMI) might be making a comeback to India soon, according to a tweet by Maxtern. This is good news for gaming enthusiasts and influencers who have been vocal about the game’s return on social media.
Although Krafton or the Indian government have not made any announcements, a recent social media post claims that BGMI will most likely make a return.
Maxtern from Team Godlike revealed that BGMI is likely to return soon. The BGMI community is excited after Maxtern’s tweet, as the return of the game to China might happen sooner than thought. However, until we hear an official confirmation from NetEase about this matter, we can only speculate if BGMI will make a comeback in China.
However, It appears that the app is on track to be revived in India soon. According to a report by The Mako Reactor, the app has been added to App Center, China’s official Android app store. This implies that users in India will also be able to download the software.
After being banned last year, it appears that PUBG Mobile India is making a comeback to the country. According to reports, the game will be relaunched in India under a new name: BGMI.
This is the second time that PUBG has been banned in India. The first ban was on PUBG Mobile and 107 other apps developed by Chinese companies. These bans were due to concerns over security and integrity. Later, Krafton relaunched PUBG in India under the new name BGMI.