PUBG Mobile India has got green signal
PUBG Mobile India has got green signal has been one of the hot topics in the Indian mobile gaming community for the last few months. In early September, the title was named on the list of applications blocked by the Government of India, while the servers were accessible till late October.
The suspension thoroughly disheartened Indian fans, but the announcement of a particular Indian version revitalized them and provided them with a ray of hope.
With the teasers and website being released, players were hyped for PUBG Mobile’s comeback in India. However, this excitement was short-lived as, despite numerous developments, no concrete release date has emerged.
GodNixon, aka Luv Sharma, a popular PUBG Mobile content creator, has now shared an update that the government has finally approved PUBG Mobile India.
According to GodNixon, PUBG Mobile India has received the green signal from the government
GodNixon, in one of his recent videos, titled “PUBG Mobile India 🇮🇳 Update! Government Approved,” said the following:
“According to sources, the government has given the green signal for the comeback of PUBG Mobile. However, the exact release date nor the month haven’t been finalized, but the game will indeed be returning. Some of the popular content creators, including Ghatak, had posted stories, dropping hints regarding the return.”
According to Love Sharma, sources have told them that the lowback of Pubg Mobile has got a green signal from the Government of India. Nothing has been said on the debate on the game but the game is coming back in India soon.
Popular Content Creator Ghatak has also posted some stories about the game’s Reston. According to Ghatak, the next two months are important for Pubg game Lovers. There can be a good news about the game. But he has not asked to ask any questions with fans about the game’s date.
However, no statement has been released from the government. There has not been a statement from Pabji mobile. We have asked for a reply about Pabji Mobile India.
So far nothing has been said on behalf of the Indian government. The company has not even shared any information about it. Now it will tell the time to come in the claims of these creators.