Everyone Can Now Play Battlegrounds Mobile In India Via Early Access

Now all Indian users can play Battlegrounds mobile in India through early access feature

Everyone Can Now Play Battlegrounds Mobile In India Via Early Access
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PUBG Mobile made its reappearance in a new avatar – Battleground Mobile India – only yesterday, over 9 months after its prohibition in September last year. On the 17th of June, the game’s early access became live, and all beta spaces were filled within minutes, leaving many eager fans disappointed.

Today, game developer Krafton opened its doors to all mobile gamers, granting everyone early access to Battlegrounds Mobile India.

Battlegrounds Mobile India Available To Download Through Early Access


Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) was believed to be arriving on June 18 for a few weeks. Even though the game is presently in beta, the rumours have proved to be accurate with today’s news. On the official BGMI Facebook page, Krafton made the formal announcement.

As a result, you may now join up to be a beta tester for the BGMI beta version in India. Simply go to this website to “Become a Tester,” and then you may download the battle royale game to your device.

Battlegrounds Mobile India’s download size is about 700MB, with an instal size of 0.96GB. The low- or high-resolution texture packs, maps, and other features must be downloaded from inside the game.


To sign up as a beta tester, go to our detailed tutorial, where we’ll show you how to easily download and instal Battlegrounds Mobile India on your Android device. We’ve included the BGMI APK and OBB file, as well as the official Play Store approach, which is now available to everyone.

If you are unable to register for the beta test, you may instal the game using the APK file by following the instructions in this tutorial.

You can also see how to transfer your previous PUBG Mobile account to Battlegrounds Mobile India in this article.


There’s nothing new to look forward to in BGMI. It’s the same game as PUBG Mobile, with a few small changes and additions.

You have the same weaponry as in BGMI, but there is no red blood, which serves as a constant reminder that you are in a simulation environment. So, go ahead and give BGMI a go, and then let us know what you think in the comments below.

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