Last year, PUBG Mobile was banned in India, but due to the huge popularity of the famous Battle Royale game – indeed, the huge popularity of millions of players – the game has returned to India in the form of Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI).
Many features have been brought from the original PUBG Mobile to the Indian version (BGMI), including maps and game features. Now, the developers of Krafton have announced a partnership between electric car maker Tesla and PUBG Mobile. The company issued this announcement through its official channels on social media, including: Instagram.
PUBG Mobile and Tesla Partnership
PUBG Mobile has partnered with US electric vehicle giant Tesla. The developers also announced that this partnership will bring “the revolutionary spirit and its products into the game.”
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Although it did not reveal the smallest details about the partnership, it is expected that the game will get some Tesla cars. The electric car maker owns several luxury cars, including the Model S, Model X, Model 3 and Model Y.
The company recently announced the Tesla Model S Plaid, which is said to be the world’s fastest electric car. The new Tesla is likely to be brought to PUBG Mobile.
We can also expect the developers to introduce new skins that are heavily inspired by Tesla’s range of cars, as it currently already offers a range of vehicles across different maps. The Instagram teaser didn’t reveal much about this upcoming partnership.
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Assuming the BGMI Indian version is a somewhat modified version of PUBG Mobile, developers can offer in-game items associated with Tesla. However, Krafton has not yet made an official announcement about the introduction of Tesla cars in the Indian version of BGMI.
It should be noted that the PUBG Mobile game was banned in India last year with 117 other Chinese applications, which greatly affected Chinese companies, especially the developer Tencent of the game PUBG. India’s move on banning PUBG Mobile appears to have resonated in Bangladesh.
According to reports, Battle Royale games make teens more violent, although studies have shown that it is unfounded. The head of the Bangladesh Mobile Federation believes that ease of access to games is ‘straying young people’, which is worrying. Hence, PUBG Mobile may be banned in Bangladesh for these reasons.
PUBG Mobile is already banned in Pakistan, Afghanistan and a few other countries for the same reasons, so this reason is always resorted to banning Battlegrounds Mobile India, PUBG Mobile, Free Fire and other similar games in different countries.
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