- Indus battle royale pre-registrations for Android are set to cross 1 million on Android soon.
- Developer SuperGaming has shared details about the next Indus community playtest.
- The upcoming Indus community playtest will take place in Surat.
Made-in-India Indus battle royale pre-registrations for Android went live on this year’s Republic Day via Google Play Store. Developer SuperGaming has now announced that Android pre-registrations for the game are set to cross 1 million soon. Besides these, the developer has revealed details for the third community playtest for Indus. These playtests allow the developer to collect real-world feedback about Indus from the community. SuperGaming has detailed what players will be get to experience at the upcoming Indus community playtest.
SuperGaming co-founder and CEO Roby John said, “To celebrate the community’s love and support for Indus, we felt that it’s time to take it to India’s fastest-growing city, Surat. Our previous playtests had us get valuable feedback from players in Pune and Bengaluru which helped us make a better game, now it’s time to see what some of the more hardcore battle royale players in the country think.”
The upcoming Indus community playtest will be an invite-only event and players can register here to stand a chance to participate as well as receive crucial details. The next Indus community playtest will take place on February 25th in Surat at White Orange Software. Players will get access to the latest build of the game and they can play some rounds of Indus with the dev team and other community members. Compared to previous playtests, here’s what will be new for the third community playtest:
- Improved graphics and visuals
- New playable characters
- New skins
- Improved map
- Upgrades for mini-map
- Slide feature
- Supply drops
- Customizable controls
- Weapon testing facility
SuperGaming has also shared a video detailing what you can expect at Indus Community Playtest 3. Participants will be able to offer feedback about their experience and get an Indus Battle Kit, which contains collector-grade memorabilia from SuperGaming.