PUBG Mobile 2 may release as soon as next week, a tipster has claimed. PUBG Mobile was banned in India by the Indian government in September 2020 citing security concerns due to the Chinese-developer origins of the game. PUBG Mobile 2 is reportedly being developed by South Korean company Krafton, which charged a publishing fee for the game in India from Chinese company Tencent. So far, no official word has come from the developers, so this information should be taken with a pinch of salt.
A tipster by a pseudonym player (not affiliated with IGN) Tweeted PUBG Mobile 2 may be released next week. The tipster, citing a deleted Weibo post, also shared that the game would be set in 2051 and bring future weapons, gadgets and a new map. It will apparently be released on Android and iOS. Crapton, who is said to be developing the game, is expected to make an announcement every week at the PUBG Global Invitational.S 2021 tournament.
The same tipster shared a report in January from a Korean publication that claimed to have confirmed the development of PUBG 2 (PC and console) and PUBG Mobile 2. The mobile game called Project XTRM, PUBG Mobile, was the sequel to Tipster. Claimed.
PUBG Mobile was banned by the government in India in September 2020 along with 117 other apps and later removed from Google Play and the App Store. Due to the involvement of Chinese company Tencent, games and other apps got banned in India due to privacy and security concerns. Since then, Crafton – a subsidiary of PraftG Corporation – has been trying to bring the game back to India. In November last year, the company announced PUBG Mobile India was touted as “coming soon” but has not yet been released.
While the fate of the rumored PUBG Mobile 2 in India is uncertain, news about its release may bring some hope for fans of the game in the country, especially those expressing their displeasure about the FAU-G on Google Play Hai, was announced soon after the Indian action game PUBG Mobile was banned.
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