BGMI Ban in India Latest: New Update leaks indicate a possible BGMI Unban, FOLLOW LIVE UPDATES
BGMI Ban in India Latest – New Update leaks indicate a possible BGMI Unban: It has been some time since the Government…
BGMI Ban in India Latest – New Update leaks indicate a possible BGMI Unban: It has been some time since the Government of India removed the popular battle royale title, Battlegrounds Mobile India from all platforms, citing security concerns. With the in-game servers still ongoing to everyone’s surprise, players still have a ray of hope for its unban. The beta version of the upcoming BGMI update is already available, and they indicate plenty of things, which will be coming in-game in the next few weeks. Here is all you need to know about the latest updates of the Battlegrounds Mobile India Ban (BGMI Ban). For future updates on Battlegrounds Mobile India Ban (BGMI Ban), follow Flizzyy.
BGMI Ban in India Latest
A few days back, gamers who had the game on their device were facing several issues purchasing the UC to upgrade the Royale Pass. Krafton even released a statement addressing the fans. Meanwhile, a few days after, it started working which created a bulk of rumors featuring BGMI Unban.
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As mentioned earlier, the beta version of the upcoming update (BGMI 2.2 Update) is already available for selected players. The update may arrive in-game around mid-September. A few items have also been leaked as they indicate so many things.
There are tons of videos of the next update featuring several Diwali items that might make their way into the game’s next update. Krafton is so confident that they are willing to introduce Diwali-themed Avatar, banners, and other items in the next few days. So, the intention of Krafton is understandable as they are doing their best to re-introduce the game. However, players must wait for the official confirmation rather than jumping to conclusions. For future updates on Battlegrounds Mobile India Ban (BGMI Ban), follow Flizzyy.
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