BGMI Fans Rejoice: Preload Begins Today, Android Users Set to Conquer the Battlegrounds on May 29!
BGMI enthusiasts can now preload the game, but gameplay will be available from May 29. iOS users can download and play starting May 29.
Gamers have a reason to rejoice as the much-awaited return of BGMI to app stores is finally here. Developed by Kraft, Battlegrounds Mobile India can now be preloaded by all Android users starting today, May 27. However, players will have to wait until May 29 to dive into the game. iOS users, on the other hand, will need to exercise patience as they can download and enjoy the game from May 28 onwards.
Krafton India CEO announces BGMI availability
In regards to the recent release, Sean Hyunil Sohn, CEO of Krafton India, expressed his enthusiasm, stating, “We are thrilled to announce the availability of BATTLEGROUNDS MOBILE INDIA for preload. Our priority is to provide a seamless gaming experience, and we eagerly await the return of our users. We extend our gratitude to the authorities and our community for their unwavering support as we work towards enhancing the gaming experience in India. Join us on the battlegrounds!
Certain users may have already received an automatic update since midnight, which is a seamless part of the preload procedure, causing no concern.
Seamless Gaming Experience with BGMI Update
To provide an uninterrupted gaming experience for all users, the company has implemented a phased approach to make BGMI available. Starting from May 29, players can join thrilling battles, showcase their skills, and enjoy the new map, in-game events, and other exciting features.
Embracing “India Ki Heartbeat” Campaign
Alongside the game’s release, Krafton has introduced a marketing campaign called “India Ki Heartbeat,” which showcases the deep emotional connection gamers have with BGMI, considering it more than just a game but a profound sentiment.
BGMI: A Milestone in Esports
Krafton recently announced that BGMI achieved a significant milestone of reaching 100 million users within a year of its launch. The game made history as the first esports event to be televised, captivating 24 million concurrent viewers and a total of 200 million viewers.
Security Concerns Surrounding BGMI
Last year, BGMI faced temporary removal from the Apple App Store and Google Play Store due to security concerns. Its predecessor, PUBG Mobile, remains banned in India due to similar security issues and its associations with China. Some lawmakers have expressed opposition to the game’s availability, citing concerns about its impact on children.