Battlegrounds Mobile India: All changes made in the beta version
The game was available only to a limited number of gamers
Popularity has been reset to 0, gamers complained
Users under the age of 18 are expected to use their parents’ phone numbers to log in
Developers of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) released a beta version of Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) is now available for download on Google Play. The game was available only to a limited number of gamers and streamers as of now.
According to gamers, several changes have been made to the beta version compared to the previous one, including player popularity being reset to 0, the sensitivity of controls, the price of the game, the friend lists being reset, and many other changes. The user accounts can now be transferred from PUBG to BGMI.
Users under the age of 18 are expected to use their parents’ phone numbers to log in. And if they play for over four hours, their parents will be notified about it. Parents will also be notified if payments are to be made.
The release of BGMI was first announced early in May. On May 18, they were open for pre-registration. Krafton, in a statement, said, “ Progress made while in Early Access will carry over to the final version of the game including in-game purchases. An increasing number of Early Access slots will be made available frequently throughout the day. The link for the Early Access will remain the same as indicated above", reported NDTV.
The release of the beta version has come a day ahead of the expected launch date of the game, which was June 18.