PUBG Mobile Is Still Working In India Despite Ban, But Not The Same! Did Something Happen?

PUBG Mobile opened a getaway to the multiplayer genre and a revolution in the Indian gaming industry. With the only requirement of having a mid-range phone and a 4G connection. It is not only appeased to the hardcore gamers but non-gamers as well. It offered gorgeous graphics with different play styles until the ban took place on September 2, 2020. 


It shattered our way of life around gaming and the addictive gameplay it offered. Ever since the ban, Google and Apple stores have removed the app from their platform. Players no longer have the liberty to download this game again. Surprisingly users who have downloaded the game previously can install this game again. Meaning PUBG Mobile is still associated with Google or Apple ID.

Nevertheless, gamers who have PUBG Mobile installed on their phones can still play the game. But not the same as the game originally offered the players with the ultimate battle royale experience compared to the PC version. Did the ban has something to do with the recent change in the app? Read on more to know more about the game. And what else took place in the game with the ban imposed upon the game.

What Abnormalities Are Players Facing?

According to sources, Indian players can still access the game and play PUBG Mobile without any technical issues. However, this should be taken with a grain of salt as it is only a matter of time before the developers shut down the game servers for good. We are unsure about when this will take place. Nevertheless, it is absolute of that outcome. 

However, the company behind the game is trying to get in touch with the authorities to resolve the issues. Meanwhile, players are either adapting to singleplayer offline games or games identical to PUBG Mobile like Free Fire and Call of Duty: Mobile. These games have a strong fanbase of its own and offer the same intense battle royale experience we loved in PUBG Mobile.

Until the servers are shut down for good, players intend to enjoy the game to the fullest until then. However, players noticed something is not right ever since the ban of the game. Many reporting that the game is infested with full of bots, thus ruining the experience of PUBG Mobile.

Gamers are already noticing that the game is filled with full of bots. Making the experience too easy and nabbing chicken dinners with ease. This could already mean that the PUBG Mobile fan base moves to a different battle royale game or probably the PC version of PUBG Mobile.

Meanwhile, an Indian gaming software developer 'nCore' has announced to come with a similar game with much moral and nationalist quotient in September. Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar has announced it. This mobile game's name would be FAU-G, which will teach the young generation of sacrifices of soldiers fighting the border and are the guardians of national security.

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