To help the PUBG Esport Indian gaming community, a dedicated version of PUBG Mobile will be available in late 2020. The developers have confirmed that the updated version of PUBG Mobile India will be different from the original global version of the game.
Since the announcement of the Hindi version, players have wondered if they will regain their identity and if they can play other versions. Answers according to reports from multiple sources: Yes!
Users will likely be able to get their skins and in-app purchases from the global version in its Indian version. In the game now, it is shown to the user that his character has moved to the Hindi version. Many, myself included, have been worried about their purchases and stats in their global version, which won't carry over, and have to start from scratch. Hope this is a positive sign.
As we all know the servers are located in India and any game created by Krafton or its partners will be hosted on the Microsoft Azure platform. However, IDs that were sentenced to a 10-year ban will not be carried over to the India version.
PUBG Mobile leaks indicate that the game starts at Level 1. However, it is so far disputed. Each migrated Indian Player ID will transfer Pubg Mobile India rewards, Achievements, Frames, UC, Reset Levels, Skins, 2-2 Name Change Cards, and many more.
"Basically, we don't see any real difference between what was and what is to come. It's the same game with some cosmetic changes to suit Indian sensitivities. The love for the genre and the gameplay is not forgotten. The game will return with the same enthusiasm for the core community," said Akshat Rathi, MD and co-founder of NODWIN Gaming for Indianexpress.com when asked about game changes.
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