Ahead of the official launch of PUBG Mobile India, a trailer of the much-awaited PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) has appeared on the TapTap page of the game. Nonetheless, the trailer that featured various emotes, costumes, and skin, is said to be fake. Also Read: PUBG parent PUBG Corp is looking to partner with an Indian gaming firm to revive mobile game in India
As per a report, the trailer is being circulated by PUBG Cellular gamers on varied platforms, together with WhatsApp. The purported faux trailer was additionally shared and uploaded on a couple of YouTube channels.
This comes a day after the APK link of the game to download briefly appeared for some users. Several PUBG players had claimed the ‘Download’ option was visible in the news section of the website, though it was not working.
The website had 2 download options, the primary led to an APK download link and the second to the Google Play store. Nonetheless, both the links were disabled.
Notably, the immensely popular PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) Mobile app was among the 118 Chinese applications that banned by the Indian government in September over national security concerns.
Also Read: PUBG Ban: Government Bans 118 Chinese Apps and Games including AppLock, APUS Launcher, PUBG Mobile
Earlier this month, PUBG Corporation had announced that it is making a comeback to the Indian market with the creation of an Indian subsidiary and a new game. Also Read: PUBG returns to India as PUBG MOBILE INDIA with many changes
In the meantime, pre-registration for PUBG Mobile India has already started on the Tap game sharing community for select Android and iOS users. The game will be available in both English and Hindi languages.
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