PUBG Mobile India re-launch is still possible; Know the BIG reason here

March 24, 2021

PUBG Mobile India update: After several reports recently stated that PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile lite might not return to India, now, in a major development, PUBG Corporation just posted a job vacancy for its India office in Karnataka’s Bengaluru. This news will bring cheers to millions of the PUBG game fans in India. This announcement from PUBG now increases the chances of its comeback in the country and shows that it is serious about its presence here.

According to a report, the job was posted on professional networking platform LinkedIn two days ago for the post of ‘Investment and Strategy Analyst’. The post is meant for the newly erected PUBG Mobile India subsidiary. The parent company of PUBG Corporation, Krafton, recently made an investment of Rs 164 crore in India’s Nodwin Gaming quoted PUBG Corporation as saying, “Krafton is a leading global game company that offers a diversified portfolio of games on PC, Console and mobile devices including blockbuster battle royal video game, PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS (PUBG) and MMORPG, TERA. The games have received worldwide acclaim, selling tens of millions of copies and winning multiple game awards worldwide. Headquartered in Korea, Krafton has operational offices globally across North America, Europe, Japan, China, and South East Asia.”

Meanwhile, after successfully launching PUBG Mobile 1.3 update with exciting features like hundred Rhythms game mode and the Mosin-Nagant sniper rifle, the PUBG game developers are now all set to reveal new update for the PUBG Mobile fans around the globe.

The developers recently posted a video on social media, revealing the release date of the upcoming Karakin map in the game. The game developers took to Facebook-owned photo and video sharing platform Instagram and wrote: “Nope, it’s not a mirage – that’s a chicken dinner in the desert. Get ready parachute into the brand-new map Karakin on 4/7! Karakin will replace Vikendi, so play it before it’s gone!”

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