Pubg Mobile India launch news: Here is all you need to know


PUBG Mobile is one of the most renowned and reality-based action games. It gets worldwide popularity because of unbeatable feature assistance. But last September it got banned in India.

Pubg Mobile India Launch

The major reason is the serious addiction of this game to the youth in a pandemic situation. People begin to rely upon it more than anything other. Just to minimize the utilization, the government took the serious step of banning it all over India.

Krafton, the publishers of the game, and its developers are in favour of relaunching it throughout the country, for that step they are making utmost try to re-introduce Pubg mobile in markets. Various credential documentation activities are rolling among government and publishers, that show their effort to Restore the Pubg Mobile Indian version.

Sean Hyunil Sohn, who is the head of the cooperating department of Krafton, stated all their attempts regarding the reactivity of Pubg Mobile India updates in the gaming conference of 2021.

He was so confident and supporting their views with full energy. As they all are hoping best from the government of India. The main delay in the relaunch is because of government authorities.

Meanwhile, the management of PUBG games shows a new point in the shape of the Mobile launch. It will surely be managed with the help of the Google play store.

People or the user will able to enjoy the Pubg adventure through mobile also. No doubt it’s an advantage or a disadvantage at the same time. The main authority of un-banning it is near government. Nothing should keep its place without the acceptance of credible authorities of the country.

In all this situation, Pubg Mobile fans are waiting anxiously for the YES or No of the management. For that, they have to wait a bit more so the situation might get clear and visible in favour of the game.


Candelario is a Senior Editor at Thewistle. He worked for a number of leading tech publications, including Engadget, PCMag, Laptop, and Tech Times, where he served as the Managing Editor. His writing has appeared in Spin, Wired, Playboy, Entertainment Weekly, The Onion, Boing Boing, Publishers Weekly, The Daily Beast, and various other publications. You can contact Candelario on [email protected]