Krafton has released another teaser related to the Battlegrounds Mobile India Sanhok map on their official Facebook page, showing the Battlegrounds Mobile India Sanhok map. Previously the company had announced the game’s release in India by releasing the teaser.
New Delhi, Tech Desk. Tech company Krafton announced the launch by releasing the Battlegrounds Mobile India game teaser some time ago. Now the company has released another teaser associated with this game on its official Facebook page, where you can see the game map.
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Battlegrounds Mobile India Sanhok Map
The location of Ban Tai can be easily seen in the trailer for Battleground Mobile India, which is part of the Sanhok map. Hence, It has now become clear that the game will get the Sanhok map for sure. Other than this, no further information on the teaser has been received.
When will it be released?
Krafton has yet to reveal a release date for Battleground Mobile India. But according to media reports, the trailer for this game will be released on May 31, 2021. As per reports, this Battleground Mobile India game will be available to users from June.
User data will be stored in India
According to the Government of India, there might be the misuse of the data of Indian users and that is why it becomes threat to national security. Well, the Battleground mobile India will reportedly store user data on the servers located in the country only.
We know that the government of India had banned 118 mobile apps, including PUBG last year. A statement issued by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology stated that 118 mobile applications were a threat to the sovereignty and integrity of India, defense, state security and public order of India. The ban was imposed with the safety of Indian users in mind.
The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology says a number of questions arose regarding the data collected by these apps and it was decided to ban them with national security in mind. The order also said that India’s Cyber crime Coordination Censor and the Home Office had also demanded a ban on these apps.