Fully-clothed avatars, no bloodshed, and more to expect from PUBG Mobile India

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PUBG Mobile India game will cheer up Indian gamers soon. The first teaser for PUBG Mobile India has already come out with top players including Dynamo, which alludes to an upcoming launch of the game. PUBG Corporation gave the Indian gamer community the biggest Diwali gift by announcing that the favorite PUBG Mobile is returning albeit in a new desi avatar. By desi, I mean that the game has been heavily modified to accommodate elements that won’t be frowned upon. But of all these, there are three changes which, in my opinion, are the most important.

Before we get started with how these three changes will be implemented, here’s a background as to why these changes will exist in the first place. PUBG Corporation had to appease the government, worried parents, and health experts who would otherwise have criticized the game. There were several reasons that could have led to the PUBG Mobile ban, but the most commercialized reason was data security. PUBG Corporation, after taking away the publishing rights from Tencent Games, found the speech to get approval for its battle royale game. So, let’s talk about these changes now.

Fully dressed avatars: Call it being sanskari, or whatever you want to call it, PUBG Corporation is going for a fully Indianized version of its game. Normally, when a user starts a game, the avatar is half naked and is wearing only underwear. Your character might be dressed up in case you have outfits in your collection, but otherwise, these characters don’t wear clothes except for inner clothing. PUBG Mobile India will change this system. When you start a game, your character will be fully dressed. What these clothes will be is unclear. Maybe there will be dhotis, kurtas, saris and salwars for Indian players. Not sure though.

No bloodshed: PUBG Mobile is meant for adults, or rather for users who can endure a bloodshed in the game. But with the growing popularity of underage users, who shouldn’t be watching violence, they have started playing PUBG Mobile which features bloodshed as one of the main visual elements when killing an enemy. To allay the concerns people may have about adult content, PUBG Corporation is replacing bloodshed. Instead of blood, the game will now show the green liquid that comes out when you kill an enemy. I’m not sure the killing process will be different too.

Playing Time Limitation: This may be the biggest reason why banning PUBG Mobile has become a big deal for parents and medical experts. Indian users have spent more time on PUBG Mobile than recommended. This would have a negative impact on users’ health. PUBG Corporation has been working to minimize overuse with the new restriction feature that will remind users to stop the game after a certain suggested duration. I’m not sure if users can easily bypass this restriction or if that would require some sort of password or authentication.

PUBG Mobile India will arrive soon as soon as PUBG Corporation has released the first teaser for the upcoming game.

News Underline:

  • PUBG Mobile India will launch in India soon after the announcement.
  • The company has already released the first PUBG Mobile India teaser.
  • PUBG Mobile India will bring several features focused on India.

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