PUBG Mobile India: Player IDs from global version will transfer to Indian game upon launch

PUBG Mobile India: Player IDs from global version will transfer to Indian game upon launch

It is no secret that PUBG Mobile is coming back to India. Over the last few weeks, we’ve heard a lot of chatter about the game returning to India with fully clothed avatars and no bloodshed.

Set to be launched under a new name, PUBG Mobile India, this new variant for the game will be tailored for Indian audiences, their parents, and mostly the government which had in the past raised serious concerns about the game’s ability to keep user data safe within the bounds of our country.

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However, what’s more, interesting is that despite PUBG Mobile India being a new game with servers based in the country, the game will be able to recognise and allow the use of the old IDs of users. This is according to reports which claim the company plans to let players use their current IDs that they are using to access PUBG Global so far.

Since the company will allow players to use the same IDs, it will also mean that in-game purchases made in the global version will also be carried forward to the Indian version. This will come as great news for players who are looking for some sort of continuity for the game in India.

As we mentioned above, PUBG Corp is all set to bring a new version of the game to India which will be very different from the one that’s available globally. The Indian version of the game will feature fully clothed avatars and also bleed green instead of reading to ensure that the game is children friendly.

The company has also revealed that there will be changes to the gameplay mechanics as well, with the game also set to introduce restrictions on game time to ensure there are happy parents all around and little chance of negative impact on user health because of playing the game for long hours.

However, arguably the biggest change coming to the game is the update in gameplay mechanics and the fact that the game will not be based on an island, and would instead be played in a virtual training area. While this would not impact the battle royale nature of the game, it would be interesting to see how it would ultimately impact the game’s storyline that had a unique vibe to it because of the many elements that still remain available in the global version of the game.

Source:-indiatoday

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