Battlegrounds Mobile India’s September 1st patch resolves several issues in the game. Developer Krafton has shared the updated patch notes on the game’s official website and said that the patch be applied when the game is restarted. Battlegrounds Mobile India, the Indian incarnation of PUBG Mobile, was banned in the country last September. The new game was officially released on July 2, and has since been downloaded more than 50 million on Android.

Krafton has been releasing regular patches for Battlegrounds Mobile India to improve the gaming experience and solve some of the issues players have been facing. The latest September 1st patch fixes two issues, including footprints and shooting direction indicators not displayed on the minimap of the custom game, and some in-game are not displayed correctly. The patch was released on Wednesday, and Krafton said it be applied to restart the game.

The developers continue to emphasize that players should report any errors or issues they encounter in Battlegrounds Mobile India by contacting the customer service in the game. Players be asked to share detailed information, such as reproduction steps, character ID and device information.To access customer service, go to set up > basic > customer service.

Due to policy updates related to the Facebook Software Development Kit (SDK), Battlegrounds Mobile India shut down data transfers to Facebook accounts starting September 28. This prevents logging in with a Facebook account through the embedded browser on the Android device. Starting from October 5th, players who log in to Battlegrounds Mobile India with a Facebook account will need to install the Facebook app to log in and play games. Twitter login users and iOS users will not be affected by this development.

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Krafton also recently permanently banned 195,423 accounts because these accounts use illegal procedures to give them an advantage over other players.


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