Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) Early Access went live officially on Thursday. Whose beta is available for download on Google Play. What we have experienced so far. From that it is clear that BGMI is more or less a clone of PUBG Mobile. In which some changes have made here. In this article, we will showcase our first impressions of Battlegrounds Mobile India vs PUBG Mobile in our early access build. With the beta being made available just ahead of the previously expected June 18 release date, it’s unclear how long it will last or when the game will be released.
Difference Between PUBG Mobile and Battleground Mobile India
The version of Erangel in BGMI is very similar to that of PUBG Mobile. You pick up familiar equipment and weapons using the same old controls. Even the account you are using dates back to your old pubg mobile days. The performance of the different weapons remains the same. However, you might get some new additions, as PUBG Mobile has updated for 9 more months since the ban.
The advantage of the game being region-restricted to India is that the pings are much better. You can experience a quick and smooth experience without any ping issues, lag or frame drops. However, this may change later when the server becomes full. Battlegrounds Mobile India took up 6.06GB of storage at maximum graphic settings. It only asks for permission to use the phone’s storage and microphone (if you use in-game voice chat). This is actually bigger than the original file size of PUBG Mobile and may be reduced in future. It is unclear when the game will be released.
PUBG Mobile fans will find everything familiar from Battlegrounds Mobile India from the moment they open the app. After logging in with your previous credentials of PUBG Mobile (or creating a new account), the same home screen and background music appears as in PUBG Mobile. The best part about BGMI is that Crafton allows you to transfer your in-game data to and from PUBG Mobile.
Your previous progress prior to this event is retained. In addition, the player was asked to ask if they were over 18 and based in India. To deal with them, you can simply answer “yes” without needing any verification.
Soon after jumping into Erangel, a narrator announced that the game is a simulation and does not represent real life. They also advise the player not to spend much time on the game. All in all, this message replays every time you start a match and can be quite annoying. However, it can actually be a much-needed reminder during long sessions. Just like in the early days of PUBG Mobile, the match is full of bots and we didn’t find any real players.
Source – Google