Players in India will have further three days to transfer their PUBG Mobile data.


The data migration from PUBG Mobile to Battlegrounds Mobile India has been extended until July 9.

The data transfer from PUBG Mobile to Battlegrounds Mobile India has been extended. While Krafton had previously stated that the transfer service will be temporarily suspended on July 6, that date has now been extended to July 9. Last week, the Battlegrounds Mobile India stable version was released on the Google Play Store.

Data transmission from PUBG Mobile to Battlegrounds Mobile India has been delayed until July 9th.
The temporary stoppage of the PUBG Mobile data transfer service has been changed, according to Krafton’s official Battlegrounds Mobile India website.

“The start date of the previously announced temporary stoppage of data transfer has been altered from July 6th to July 9th,” Krafton stated on the website. “At the moment, Krafton is offering a data transfer service in order to safely secure the data of Indian fans,” the developer added.

From PUBG Mobile to the new Battle Royale game, players will be able to transfer their avatar, avatar frame, tier points, achievement rank, points, progress, emote equipped in Cheer Park, weapon skin, vehicle skin, and other assets.

While the developer did not specify why the data transfer service is being suspended, Krafton stated in the article that “maintenance will be performed on the data transmission service.” Players will be able to transfer data from PUBG Mobile to Battlegrounds Mobile India until December 31, 2021, as previously stated (23:59:59 UTC). Only users’ Facebook or Twitter accounts will be able to send data. If you’re still having trouble figuring out how to transfer your valuables from PUBG Mobile, check out our straightforward step-by-step guide.

On a similar topic, the Battlegrounds Mobile India iOS version is in the works, according to Krafton, who hinted at a new version of the game for iPhone fans. According to sources, the South Korean game developer evaluated the beta version before releasing the final edition, and a similar strategy could be used for the iOS platform.

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