Battlegrounds India launches iOS version, rewards after 50 million download mark
- BGMI players have received a Galaxy Messenger Set as a permanent reward
- The company has crossed the 50 million downloads mark
- iOS users will get special signing rewards
Good news for all the IOS using Battlegrounds fans. Battlegrounds Mobile India is now available on Apple’s App Store and iOS users can now download the game on their iPhones. The multiplayer online game has recently achieved the 50 million downloads mark on Google Play Store following which, the company has released its iOS version.
The game was initially available as an open-to-all early access version for Android users. After this, the company released the stable version of Battleground that prompted the download graph of the game.
With the announcement of the iOS version, co-publishers of the game Krafton also announced rewards for both Android and iOS using gamers.
Now, all Battlegrounds Mobile India players who access the game after the 50 million downloads mark will be eligible to receive the reward. Both the Android and iOS players can avail three pieces of Classic Coupon Crate Scrap, in form of rewards. It should be noted that the rewards will be made available in-game events section
However, the rewards will expire after a few weeks, so iOS users are advised to download the game and avail the rewards before the expiry date.
There are certain permanent rewards as well. This includes the Galaxy Messenger Set outfit.
Apart from this, some special signing rewards will be given to iOS users. The publishers have also announced that once the game touches 1 million on Apple’s App Store, players will then get two supply crate coupons. Upon reaching 5 million downloads, Krafton is promising to offer a Classic Crate Coupon and a Constable Set once the game crosses the 10 million downloads mark.
Battlegrounds Mobile India, an Indian avatar of the popular Player Unknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG), has made an impressive run so far.
Meanwhile, the company is also hosting an Independence Day Mahotsav in the game that is LIVE until August 19, after the Freedom Face-Off event that was held on August 15.
Earlier, Battlegrounds banned more than 336,000 players after they were found cheating within the game. These accounts have been banned permanently and will not be able to make it back to the game.