‘Made in India’ Battle Royale game will come soon in India.
It will get features similar to PUBG and Fortnite.
The game will be heavily inspired by Indian culture and mythology.
New Delhi. The Government of India had first banned PUBG and then BGMI citing data privacy concerns. However, now a good news is coming for the Indian gaming community. Actually, a new option of battle-royal games is going to come in the country. Recently the trailer of the much awaited ‘Indo-Futuristic’ Battle Royale video game Indus has been released. Let us tell you that Indus is a battle-royal game, which has features similar to PUBG and Fortnite.
This is a made in India Indus battle royale game, offering virtual world and Indo-futuristic battlegrounds. It gives players the option to choose different types of characters. In the game, players reach a map from an airplane, where they have to fight with each other and stay in the game till the end to become the winner of the game. According to the information, the process of pre-registering the game has started on Google Play Store.
The new game will compete with the existing battle royale-style games in India. Since games like PUBG, Garena Free Fire and BGMI are banned in India. In such a situation, Made in India PubG can make a splash. It is expected that people will like it a lot.
inspired by Indian culture
In an interview to Moneycontrol in December, the makers of Indus Supergaming had said that their upcoming game is heavily inspired by Indian culture and mythology. The Pune-based company has previously made an action title called Maskagon and other casual games.
BGMI banned in India
Let us tell you that last year, Battle Grounds Mobile India (BGMI), a popular game of Crafton, Battle-Royal, was blocked in India. Google has blocked Battleground Mobile India (BGMI), a popular battle-royale game from Crafton, in India following a government order.