The release date of Battlegrounds Mobile India is not known yet. Krafton has released the open beta version of the game on the Google Play Store and there are no details on the iOS version release. As the players have got early access to the PUBG Mobile alternative before the official release we have seen minor changes in the game. One of the most noticeable changes is the audio message that comes at the start of each game.
BGMI Update: Disable the Audio Message in Spawn Island
Krafton has made changes to the Battlegrounds Mobile India for all the Indian players with the Indian conditions. All these minor changes can improve the gaming experience of everyone. The audio message at the start of the game reminds the user that the game is based on the virtual world. It also reminds the players to take breaks while playing. This change has come because, at the time of PUBG Mobile, we have seen many cases of players getting injured or injuring others. For this many parents have complained about the PUBG game as it was harmful to them.
If you have played the game, then you might have seen the audio message,
“This is a simulation game set in the virtual world and does not represent real life. Please play in moderation. Take frequent breaks and play responsibly.”
This repetitive message annoys so much, especially for those who play the game for so long. So, if you want to get rid of this audio message, then there is one way as you can disable this feature.
How to Disable the Audio Message in BGMI?
Here’s how to disable the Audio Message at the Starting of the Battlegrounds Mobile India match.
- Turn on the game and click on the in-game settings
- Now click on “Basics”
- Scroll down and look for “Spawn Island Broadcast“
- The toggle next to settings is enabled by default.
- Disable it by tapping on the option.
So, this is how you can disable the Audio message in Battlegrounds Mobile India.
The rebranded version of PUBG Mobile also allows the players to transfer their old PUBG Mobile account to this new BGMI account. Krafton said that the data will be stored securely on the Singapore server. However, recently, there were reports that the BGMI player’s data has been sharing with other region servers including China. After that, Krafton released the official statement and fixed the issue by updating the game automatically and the game restarts once it’s updated.
Many of them have also demanded to ban the game in India. Earlier, the MLA from Arunachal Pradesh wrote a letter to PM Modi and asked to ban the game. Then CAIT Secretary General Praveen Khandelwal has posted a tweet and has tagged IT Minister and demanded a ban on Battlegrounds Mobile India as it is just a remake of PUBG Mobile. Moreover, it has also asked Google not to allow the game to use Google Play Store.