PUBG Mobile India more popular than FAU-G? Reported pre-registration numbers suggest so

PUBG Mobile India release date is yet to be announced but pre-registrations on Tap Tap suggest the game is more popular than FAU-G.

  • PUBG Mobile India reportedly has over 2,00,000 pre-registrations already
  • The game is rated at 9.8 out of 10 on the Tap Tap game sharing community
  • PUBG Mobile India release date is yet to be announced

PUBG Mobile India release is expected soon and it seems fans have not been able to hold their excitement. The game, which will be making a comeback following a ban on PUBG Mobile in September, has been getting some tremendous response. PUBG Mobile India recently amassed over 2,10,000 pre-registrations on mobile gaming and game sharing community, Tap Tap, as per a report by InsideSport. The numbers are reportedly around four times more than FAU-G pre-registration, which is said to be around 60,000 registrations so far.

Read more: PUBG Mobile India to be different from global version, here’s how

PUBG Mobile India release date has not been announced yet, but the company has revealed that the game is an all-new avatar of PUBG Mobile global version. Interestingly, FAU-G release date in India is also unknown at the moment but developers nCore Games said that the game would launch in November. PUBG Mobile India will have some India-specific changes to the gameplay, including fully clothed characters, no bloodshed, and more. The game also will give special impetus to privacy and security – which is the primary reason it was banned in the country in the first place. PUBG Mobile India will also come with a new logo and publisher. Previously, Chinese firm Tencent Games was responsible for the distribution and publishing of PUBG Mobile in India.

PUBG Mobile India gameplay is said to be ‘fundamentally’ the same as before, but there will be few cosmetic changes – all characters will be fully clothed from the very beginning, blood will be green instead of red, and there will be a virtual simulation training ground setting. The game will also promote healthy gameplay habits for young users with a time restriction. If the latest reports are anything to go by, then users will be able to resume with their old IDs and achievements when the game will make a comeback. This, however, is not applicable to users with banned profiles.