If you are a PUBG Fan then you need to know these Top 10 Must Know Things About PUBG Mobile Ban In India:
The government of India imposed a ban on PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite applications on Wednesday throughout the nation.
PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite are developed by Tencent Games which finds location and operates from within China which is the major reason for its ban.
Though the apps were banned in India on Wednesday but these are still available to download on the Google Play store as well as Apple App store. The reason is that such orders relating to ban require certain amount of time to be enforced.
In case the PUBG Mobile does not turn off the server access to the region, players will be able to access the games on their smartphones.
PUBG Mobile as well as PUBG Mobile Lite are no longer available to download in India but still you have an option to play PUBG PC as well as PUBG Console. These are the developments by Tencent, an effort of PUBG Corporation which is owned by BlueHole, finding location in Korea. The game servers as well as all resources find location out of China. One thing that you need to know here is that PUBG PC costs nearly Rs 1,000. In addition to this, it requires some serious power to run effectively and smoothly. PUBG Console assures to run smoothly on all the consoles that supports it.
PUBG was basically a battle royale game and if you explore diligently the Google Play Store and App Store, you will easily find plenty of games that share the similar idea and platform. Some of the games similar to PUBG include Call of Duty: Mobile, Garena Free Fire etcetera. There are many more alternatives available if you look for them profoundly.
Many game lovers had spent a lot of money purchasing things like skins, Royale Pass etcetera on PUBG Mobile platform. There are currently no statements issued on what would happen to this investment of players. Whether players will be able to get their investment back or not has become a moot point of discussion.
India is making all the efforts to develop alternatives to PUBG. Some of the popular PUBG alternatives that India is trying to develop include Raji: An ancient epic. The day is not far when there will be plenty of home developed alternatives to PUBG and players will no longer feel the PUBG ban pinch that they are currently experiencing.
Most of the players were of the opinion that if not PUBG Mobile, then they at least have an option to explore Fortnite. However, sadly Fortnite is facing certain issues currently making it unavailable to download on the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store.
Most popular alternatives to PUBG like just fight!, Knives Out-No rules, Rules of Survival and Creative Destruction are also no longer available in India. This means that PUBG lovers have next to zero alternatives left to keep themselves busy.
All in all, these are the Top 10 Must Know Things About PUBG Mobile Ban In India.