PUBG Mobile game, currently banned in India, is all set to make a comeback with new modifications that are yet to be made public. The game would, first of all, launch with a new name – PUBG Mobile India.
As per the reports, PUBG Corporation has revealed its plans to tackle the issues that got the game banned in the first place and re-introduced the game for the audience that eagerly awaits it. Also, it seeks to control and curb the effects of the game on the younger generation owning its immense popularity in India.
PUBG Corporation, the creator of PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS (PUBG) and a subsidiary of South Korea’s KRAFTON, Inc., announced that the new version of the game will especially focus on the Indian audience and try to provide a secure gameplay environment.
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PUBG Corporation added that the new game will also bring employment in the country as the company plans to create an Indian subsidiary to enhance communications and services with players. This company, when established, will have as many as 100 employees.
In addition, with its parent company KRAFTON, Inc., PUBG Corporation plans to make investments worth $100 million in India to cultivate the local video game, esports, entertainment, and IT industries.
As the company made the announcement, it also added that this will be the biggest investment by a Korean company in India outside the manufacturing sector. Resting the statement, PUBG Corp said that in the future, it will also organise tournaments, prize pools, and tournament productions in India where players from across the world would compete and promote the gaming industry.
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The company claims that they will reveal more information on the launch of PUBG Mobile India will be released at a later date.
And obviously, as the news made it to the ears of Indians, social media was flooded with memes.
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