PUBG Mobile India has been banned in the country by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology on 2 September 2020. The central government has banned 118 mobile apps including PUBG citing national security. Millions of users are awaiting the return of PUBG Mobile India, but the ministry has made it clear not to relaunch the Battle Royal game in India. However, the upcoming FAU-G game app is going to be launched in India on 26 January.
Ever since the game has been banned by the Indian government, PUBG Mobile India has been releasing teasers and spreading news about the re-telecast of the game. But all these news and updates are fake. Meanwhile, good news is coming for PUBG fans that last week PUBG Corporation has released 1.2 global version of PUBG Mobile. The latest version of PUBG comes with many other bug fixes including new weapons, Ultimate Rewards, new improvements.
However, now the good news is an authorized and technical loop through which Android users in India can run PUBG Mobile on their Android phones.
If players are unable to download it from the Google Play store, they can download its APK file and play via VPN (Virtual Private Network).
A virtual private network or VPN provides an encrypted connection from the device to the network to the Internet. It works as a secure network that helps establish a secure connection between the public network and the private network. An encrypted connection helps the user ensure that his or her sensitive data is transmitted securely, and is mostly used to influence cyber security regulations.
Many PUBG players in India connect via VPN which confirms that PUBG Mobile India ban is not total.
The VPN protects unauthorized people from traffic eavesdropping and allows the user to work remotely. VPN technology is widely used in corporate environments.