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Playing Battlegrounds Mobile India will now be even more fun, the company has released a new patch

Battlegrounds Mobile India is a popular mobile game in India that has received a new patch update that fixes some issues affecting multiplayer games. According to the game’s developer, Crafton, the latest patch will fix issues affecting player speed in the game and a bug where the player’s sensitivity doesn’t work according to the code implemented. An issue affecting the issue using a specific weapon has also been fixed. Meanwhile the patch also fixes one thing in the game with a premium crate that takes down an item that was being given to the player.

on Thursday publish In a new set of patch notes, Crafton revealed that he Battlegrounds Mobile India A glitch in the latest version of the game has been fixed, according to which Nimbus Iceland has intermittent acceleration, which can be misused by players. Meanwhile, the patch also fixes an issue where a Battlegrounds Mobile India player’s sensitivity code would not be applied. Sensitivity codes allow gamers to share their custom sensitivity settings for the camera, targeting ADS and Gyroscope below, which can be applied by other players.

with latest patch update krafton Fixed an issue with Merry Tidings – UZI Vape Skin, which players reported having trouble seeing the scope of the weapon in the game. The patch update fixes these issues and according to the developer, will be applied upon restart of the game.

Meanwhile, Krafton made a second Post I reported that it has fixed an issue in BGMI with a premium crate that provided users with an unnecessary item during Integrated Rewards when they opened the crate 10, 20, or 30 times. There is no information about what this type of in-game item is. According to the developer it has now been taken down and an upcoming notice will appear showing Craften’s scheme for players who acquired the item prior to its removal.


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