You can still play PUBG legally in India; Here’s how

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In the latest wave of the ban, the Indian government has banned 118 apps including the battle royale game PUBG Mobile. PUBG Mobile is one of the most popular games in India. Several people have made a career by playing the game. Now when PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite have been banned in the country, gamers are upset.

While PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite are not available, PUBG is still available for other platforms including PC, Stadia, Xbox, and PlayStation. So, you can play PUBG on other platforms.

It is worth noting that PUBG doesn’t have Chinese connections. The game is managed by PUBG Corp based out of South Korea. PUBG was originally launched for PC and other gaming platforms. PUBG for PC and consoles are developed by PUBG Corporation owned by BlueHole. Later, the company partnered with Tencent Games to bring PUBG Mobile. Tencent Games have no stake in BlueHole. All the PUBG servers and resources are based out of Korea. So, only PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite have a Chinese connection. That’s the reason Indian government only announced ban on PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite. So, PUBG on other platforms is still legally available.

Here are the links to get PUBG on other platforms.

The only issue with these platforms is that the game is paid while you could download it for free on smartphones. So you will have to purchase the licenses before you could play the PUBG on PC or other supported platforms. PUBG for PC also requires a system with at least 2TB Graphics memory. So, you also need a good system to enjoy PUBG on PC.

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