On July 29 the Indian authorities banned BGMI (Battlegrounds Mobile India), following in the footsteps of PUBG and Free Fire. The game was a reskinned version of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG), with all the same features and thrills. For fans of the battle royale genre of video games, it has become the new
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. Incredibly, BGMI has also been banned by the government of India, which has caught players off guard. In India, you can no longer find BGMI in either the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store.
Since BGMI is currently unavailable for download, we recommend checking out some of the top BGMI substitutes that are readily downloadable and playable in India. If PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds can be replaced, then BGMI can be, too.
Number One: Garena Free Fire Max
Garena Free Fire, a popular battle royale game, was banned by the Indian government. Nonetheless, you can still download Free Fire Max from the Google Play store.
Although it was created by the same studio as the games that were banned in China, this game was spared. This battle royale game is a more robust and feature-rich variant of Garena Free Fire, with enhanced effects, animations, and graphics for a better overall gaming experience.
On the other hand, Free Fire Max plays just like the original. The game is exclusive to Android devices, as it is not available for download on the iOS App Store.
Next, There’s Call of Duty: Mobile
A new battle royale game in the Call of Duty series has arrived, and it’s already a smash hit. It’s become a phenomenon in the world of mobile gaming. It’s a top-tier multiplayer experience that supports up to a hundred people at once, making it a standout among Android games. It has a wide variety of play styles and adds seasonal content including new maps, events, and rewards every month.
If you’re looking for a battle royale game that will satisfy your BGMI or virtual combat itch, then look no further than Fortnite. In 2018, Epic Games released it, and it immediately became a phenomenon among young players.
As a free-to-play, cross-platform battle royale game, it can be played on Android and iOS smartphones and tablets. Fortnite is intriguing, but it’s a demanding game that requires a high-end phone to run well.
The Royale Battle of Scar Fall
You and your pals can also have fun playing ScarFall: The Royale Combat instead of BGMI. The game claims it can run smoothly on older or less powerful smartphones without sacrificing anything in terms of visuals or gameplay.
You can play in the “classic” mode with 40 players for 10 minutes, in the “survival” mode with 100 players for up to 15 minutes, or in the “team deathmatch” mode with up to 16 players.