PUBG Mobile was banned in India in September 2020 and Battlegrounds Mobile India in July this year as it again beginning It was done. The game allowed players to move their progress and data from PUBG mobile. People who used their Facebook or Twitter account to log in to PUBG mobile can use the same account in Battleground Mobile India and transfer their data to a new game. Now, Crafton declaration It is expected to close the Facebook account data transfer from September 28.
According to the developer, this is because Facebook is a policy update related to software development kit (SDK) that disabled log-ins with facebook account through a browser embedded in android devices. Those who want to take their PUBG mobile data to Battleground Mobile India through Facebook should do so before September 28. On the other hand, the development will not matter to the iOS user.
In addition, players of Battleground Mobile India will also have to install the Facebook app to log in to the game after October 5. Without the app, players will not be able to play games using embedded login browsers. If you already have the Facebook app installed, it should not cause you any problems. Players logging through Twitter will remain unaffected.
Also, Crafton has a list of 150 winners for Get Ready To Jump event that ended on July 30 share (b) If so, the number of cases The winners will be approached to give rewards through in-game mail which includes Battleground Mobile India branded Bandana, Backpack, Cap, Metal Badge, Mobile Ring, Mug, Slipper, T-shirt and Wristband. The event required participants to share a short clip of less than a minute showing their avatars jumping and gliding to their destination.
At the end of all this, the developer has shared another update on accounts banned for hacking. Between August 20 and August 26, more than 1.95 lakh accounts have been permanently banned for using illegal programs that benefit them over other players. Between 30th July and 5th August, 3 lakh 36 thousand 736 accounts were banned and then 1 lakh 81 thousand 578 accounts were permanently banned between 6th August and 12th August.