PUBG Mobile India to hit the market soon, possibly more popular than FAU-G

PUBG Mobile India to hit the market soon, possibly more popular than FAU-G

PUBG fans have been waiting for the game's return with bated breath ever since it was banned in India. Giving a cheerful news to Indian mobile gamers, PUBG Mobile India which is all set to hit markets soon is reportedly scheduled to become more popular than FAU-G. Well, now you all PUBG lovers can heave a sigh of relief as your wait is over with positive developments related to the game. PUBG Corporation has painted the game will soon make a comeback with a special Indian version.

PUBG Corporation has informed that they are designing a battle royale game keeping India in mind. Interestingly, PUBG Mobile India is making a comeback in an all-new avatar to the Indian market. However, reports suggest that PUBG Mobile will continue to enjoy similar popularity in the country – even with upcoming Indian combat game FAU-G also set to premiere soon. The game is yet to officially announce the exact date of the launch but all developments are indicating, India will soon be able to enjoy the game. According to a report by Inside Sport, India pre-registrations for Android and iOS have now opened for select users who are a part of Tap Tap game sharing community.

The reports on popularity come courtesy mobile gaming and game sharing community, TapTap. The app has already been registered by over 300,000 users and is currently rated 9.8/10. But there is neither any official announcement by the Corporation or any of its affiliates on the authenticity of the said registration module. As of now, the game hasn't been listed on Android and iOS apps. The site, which takes pre-registrations for upcoming mobile games, has reportedly registered over 200,000 pre-registrations for PUBG Mobile India already.

On the other hand, FAU-G, the Indian combat game designed by Vishal Gondal-backed nCore, has reportedly seen about 60,000 registrations so far only. However, the number of registrations for the latter comes from unconfirmed sources.

With its South Korean parent company Krafton, Inc., PUBG Corporation plans to make investments worth $100 million in India to cultivate the local video game, esports, entertainment, and IT industries, the company said.

Facebook and Instagram pages of PUBG Mobile India have posted teasers of the game, saying it is "coming soon." The Tap Tap listing also mentions the game will be available in both English and Hindi language. 

The Inside Story report said that, according to some experts, the main reason could be that the Indian Government is yet to come out with their official stance on the relaunch of the PUBG Mobile.

The immensely popular PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) Mobile app was among the 118 Chinese apps that the Indian government banned in September over national security concerns.