Barrier rights organization is not in favor of re-launching online game PUBG in the country. The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) has said that it will not be appropriate to restart PUBG until a law is made in the country for online games. NCPCR chief Priyanka Kanungo said that during the meeting it was mentioned that many people in the country have lost their lives due to this game. Priyanka said that this was an internal meeting of the Commission and prima facie NCPCR is not in favor of starting such online games at present.
The online game PUBG is among 118 apps in China that the government banned in September. The government says that all these apps are going to endanger India’s sovereignty and security.
PUBG Mobile’s return to India has always been a matter of discussion. Everyone has been waiting for the game to return for some time. The official announcement of the game’s return to India was made on 12 November. After some time the trailer was also revealed.
PUBG Mobile’s Global version has released 1.2 beta APK link download. The size of the file is said to be 625 MB and is available only for Android users.
Follow these steps to download and install PUBG Mobile global version 1.2 beta
Step 1: Download the APK file from the link provided above.
Step 2: Tap the download button on the top-right corner, and select the APK option from the drop-down menu.
Step 3: Locate and install the APK file.
Step 4: Open PUBG Mobile after the update completes and press on the guest option. A dialog box appears, prompting the users to enter the invitation code.
Step 5: After entering the code, press the yellow button.