It’s ‘chicken dinner’ time for PUBG gamers in India as Krafton has released the online multiplayer game Battlegrounds Mobile India on Friday. The game was banned in India in September 2020. 

Early access had been given to the beta version of the game, but only a few selected gamers and streamers had been chosen. Gamers including Dynamo, Rawknee, Scout had posted about the Beta release on their social media accounts.

Also read: Battlegrounds Mobile India’s launch for all users: Here is what we know

Here are 5 things every PUBG lover should know about Battlegrounds Mobile India:

1) OTP authentication: A One Time Password (OTP) is the only way to log in. It is a change from PUBG Mobile’s multiple login methods including Facebook, Google Play, or guest accounts. 

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2) Device compatibility: The game needs at least 600 MB of space on your mobile phone. At least 2 GB RAM is required to run Battlegrounds Mobile India. 

3) Parental guidance for players below the age of 18: Battlegrounds Mobile India has certain restrictions for players below 18 years of age. They have to register for the game with a phone number that belongs to their parents or guardian. The guardian is notified when the player makes a purchase.

4) You can transfer your PUBG account

Below are the steps to how you can recover your previous PUBG account:

a) Go to settings

b) Go to the basic option

c) Account transfer –  Click on Account transfer, a Web View login page will appear on the screen

d) The page will ask for confirmation of account data transfer

e) Select the social network account you linked with the prior app

f)  It will redirect you to the opening frame of the game where you have to login again either with  Facebook/Twitter

5) Android version: While the original PUBG Mobile India ran on Android 4.3, the latest one requires Android 5.1 (Lollipop) or higher.