PUBG Players will also do beta tests until rolled out for the game’s global version.
At a time when millions of Indians are eagerly awaiting the country’s re-entry of PUBG Mobile game, here’s some latest gaming company detail.
PUBG Players will also do beta tests until rolled out for the game’s global version. The newest beta has a new mode, Intense Search Mode, Powered Exoskeleton, and more.
The 1.1 beta Android version of the famous PUBG BR title rolled out a few weeks ago is available for download. Players willing to explore new functionality will do so by taking these steps.
A step-by-step guide on how to download and launch PUBG Mobile Global Version 1.2 Beta Update
- Go to the page below and download APK file
- Notice the APK file size 625 MB
- Click download command. You’ll see in the top-right corner
- Pick APK from the drop-down menu
- Locate and mount APK.
- Open PUBG Mobile until done.
- Press guest’s choice.
- A dialogue appears, asking you to enter the invitation code
- Enter the code and press Yellow
- Now you can compare the new functionality
PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite barred
As PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite are banned in India, Indian gamers are advised not to download the app. The government banned the multiplayer action game PUBG on September 2nd, pulling it out from both the Google Play Store and Apple App Store in India following the Indian government’s order.
PUBG in negotiations with Indian authorities on re-entering the Indian market
Krafton Inc. has recently named Aneesh Aravind as India’s new country manager. With over 15 years of game industry experience, Aneesh Aravind collaborated with gaming companies including Tencent and Zynga. For insidesport, Krafton Inc. gets more people on board by inducing four more people into the squad. It must be remembered that these four individuals were part of Tencent, the organisation responsible for the Global edition of PUBG Mobile. The team’s new members are Akash Jumde (Visual Content Designer), Piyush Agarwal (Finance Manager), Arpita Priyadarshini (Senior Group Manager), Karan Pathak (Senior Esports Manager). All the recently hired people were formerly part of Tencent, which has the publication rights for the Global edition of PUBGM.