After the Indian version of PUBG Mobile, Battleground Mobile India (BGMI) was removed from the Google Play store and Apple App Store, it is now reported that the game’s in-game Battle Pass (BGMI Battle Pass) has also been removed. For those who do not know, let us tell you that through the Battle Pass, BGMI players can buy additional content for the game through a tier system. Through this pass, players get many special challenges, on completing which they get good rewards.
of Indian Express according, Since the banning of BGMI, no microtransactions can be completed in the game anymore, making it difficult for players to purchase skins or other premium content in the game. The report says that players whose mobile phones are still on BGMI They are now facing difficulties in purchasing in-game currency and updating the game.
In addition, players reportedly trying to buy UC (the game key’s own currency) will receive “purchase failed, item not found. Please try later” error is appearing.
However, since the server is active, there is no problem playing the game and BGMI can still be played comfortably on the pre-installed device.
Recently, a Twitter user named Maxtern made this Claimed The popular battle royale title was expected to make a comeback in the Indian market soon. In the past, many social media influencers have expressed their hope that the game may make a comeback in India, but Maxturn seems to be confirmed about the return of BGMI on the basis of his sources.
This Indian version of PUBG Mobile was recently removed from the app stores for both Android and iOS in the country. This action took place almost two years after the ban on PUBG Mobile. Section 69A of the IT Act of India allows the government to block public access to content in the interest of national security and for various other reasons. Orders issued under the rule are usually confidential.