Good news for Indian PUBG lovers: Pre-register for made in India alternative 'Indus' Now!
Delhi : PUBG fans who have been waiting for the game's return for a long time, there is some good news for you. Pre-registration for Indus, a new battle royale gaming option, is currently open on Google Play Store. Indus is a battle royale game with characteristics that are reminiscent of PUBG and Fortnite for gamers.
This is a made-in-India game that has been in development for quite some time, and it is intended to compete with existing battle royale-style smartphone applications such as PUBG's India incarnation BGMI (Battlegrounds Mobile India), Apex Legends, and Call of Duty.
The game's first gameplay was posted on YouTube by the game's creators on January 26. The Apex Legends world with its high cliffs and deep gorges appears to have been the inspiration for Indus' in-game landscape, at least on first glance.
The first gameplay trailer for Indus has been released by Indian game developer SuperGaming, based in Pune, and the game is now available for pre-registration on Android.
SuperGaming hasn't yet revealed the Indus Battle Royale's official launch information, though. Players of the game should be aware that although the app is free to download, users have the opportunity to buy "random stuff" in-game.
The latest gameplay trailer for Indus showcases the game's distinctive weapons, character skins, and navigational possibilities while also demonstrating furious firefights in diverse settings.
Playable characters, who are also drawn from Indian mythology and culture, are further illuminated by the gameplay. The video game's "Big-Gaj" mascot, as well as place names like "Virlok," are inspired by elephants.
Roby John, co-founder and CEO of SuperGaming, says, "As we've been creating Indus and seen its gameplay develop over the course of the year, we wanted to share it with the rest of the globe.