In September 2020, the Indian government agreed to suspend 118 applications, including the beloved PUBG Mobile, with Chinese connexions. The game was highly popular in India and brought a revolutionary change in the gaming history of the country as more people were inclined towards the addictive gameplay of this battle royale game. However, now the company has finally shut down the servers of India.
In a Facebook post recently, PUBG Mobile’s devs clarified that after 30 October the game will no longer be supported. They clarified that Tencent Games terminate all gaming access as per the orders by the Indian government for all Indian users. Soon after the release of this post, several fans took on social media to express their displeasure with the decision.
Soon after the ban was introduced, the Indian Game Development Company, Ncore Games- a Bangalore Studio revealed the related royal combat called FAU: G, featuring content focused on Indian real-world struggle in the Valley of the Galwan with China’s military.