Krafton, the makers of Battlegrounds Mobile, has taken a big step by not allowing Battleground Mobile India emulators. While answering the queries raised by users, Krafton clearly states that there won’t be any Battleground Mobile India emulators due to cheating concerns.

Battlegrounds Mobile India is a multi-player battle Royale game. Initially, the game had flown with an iceberg on it, facing barrels of consequences for its launch in India. Player Unknown Battleground, often called PUBG, is banned in India for consequential reasons, leaving gamers luring out to buy similar battle royal games.

Considering this situation, Korean-based gaming company Krafton has made a plunge move by crafting a Battlegrounds Mobile India, especially for Indian users. The game was released on July 2 for Android users and on August 18 for iOS users. Within two months, the game has reached nearly 20 lakh users in the Play Store. The game is anticipated to combat the international version of PUBG.

In an update, Krafton has shared a piece of news considering the Battleground India.

“As much as you love BATTLEGROUNDS MOBILE INDIA, we are reviewing every previous opinions you are giving through community channels.”

Krafton also rendered an in-game users support zone where users can report any unanimous or unauthorized channels fostering illegal content across social media. 

The company states there will be a 24-hour safety system that has brought up to boycott cheaters. In addition, the company posts say Krafton has been eradicating thousands of channels across social media daily.

The company mentioned that in the emulator version, the more accessible illegal actions such as falsification, etc., are expected to happen compared to the mobile environment. So, the company has no plan to support the emulator version and will inform its users if there is any change in the plan.

Users can report channels or social media accounts that are constantly promoting illegal content. Players can link to a particular post or visuals in the customer service tab in the primary menu setting and submit. This was an incredible drive by the Krafton community.

Notably, Krafton’s futuristic PUBG: New State will launch in India on October 8, 2021. The game is open for pre-register for Android users as well as iPhone users.

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