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PUBG Mobile India deletes old Instagram posts, keeps only the announcement teaser

All posts on the official Instagram handle except one have been deleted. Image via Sportskeeda.
All posts on the official Instagram handle except one have been deleted. Image via Sportskeeda.
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Modified 05 May 2021
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PUBG Mobile India has deleted all older posts from their official Instagram account except for the teaser.

The announcement of the Indian version sparked waves in the Indian PUBG Mobile community. The game's massive fanbase has been waiting for its eventual comeback. However, considerable time has passed since the announcement without any follow-up.

But the hype around the return of PUBG Mobile in India is not dying any time soon. In fact. It has recently increased in the past few days as a few notable developments took place.


Also read: PUBG Mobile India to Battlegrounds Mobile India: Everything we know so far


PUBG Mobile India deletes old Instagram posts

PUBG Mobile India deletes old Instagram posts
PUBG Mobile India deletes old Instagram posts

The company removed the posts from its official Instagram handle. The page now only features a teaser released in November 2020, including Dynamo, Jonathan, and Kronten.

The development comes a few days after the username of the PUBG Mobile India Facebook page was changed to 'BattlegroundsMobileIN.'

Additionally, the URL of the official YouTube channel was also changed to www.youtube.com/c/battlegroundsmobilein. The announcement of the change was posted on Discord by the server manager.

Recently, Ocean Sharma, a well-known figure in the Indian PUBG Mobile community, in an exclusive statement to Sportskeeda, shared his thoughts about the game's return to India. He said,

"I hope that an announcement regarding the game's return will be made soon, because if the game does not return, the audience will not be patient and will try to shift to other games, which will have a negative impact on the entire gaming community and the entire ecosystem."

Earlier, Sharma had said that:

"Two big announcements are set to happen in the coming month of May. One is likely to be about some Indian teams competing in the PMPL Arabia, while the other is expected to be about the game's return. I still can't guarantee the same completely."

Moreover, last week, four videos were uploaded to the official YouTube channel of PUBG Mobile India but were made private within a few minutes. These were the older teasers that were released in November.

Players should follow the game’s official handle for updates.

Discord: Click here

Instagram: Click here

Facebook: Click here

YouTube channel: Click here

Website: Click here


Also read: PUBG Mobile professionals react as PUBG Mobile India trailers accidentally drop on YouTube

Published 05 May 2021
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