BGMI 2.2 isn’t available on Android and iOS till now, disappointing fans.

by Skyapps, Wednesday, 21 September 2022 (4 days ago)

The BGMI (Battlegrounds Mobile India) community has had a hard time in the last few months because the popular game has had some bad luck. The Indian Government (GOI) banned the Indian version of PUBG Mobile in July 2022 because of safety and privacy concerns. In-app purchase services were also stopped because of this.

Krafton has said that they are still trying to talk to the right people, but there hasn’t been any news about the game’s future in India for almost two months.

Also Read PUBG VN  and PUBG MOBILE KR version also get 2.2 updated for android.

Also, the 2.2 update for PUBG Mobile, which came out on September 13, 2022, hasn’t been added to BGMI. The same thing has made many fans sad and made them wonder if the band will ever come back.

BGMI 2.2: Fans are upset that there have been no updates.

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Many reports said that India would not get the update because Battlegrounds Mobile was banned there. But a lot of users were also hoping for new content to be added through in-game updates, just like the last Royale Pass month.

The 2.2 update for PUBG Mobile came out on September 13, and it was finished rolling out to all servers and regions by September 15, 2022. Battlegrounds Mobile India, on the other hand, didn’t get an update, and Krafton didn’t say anything about it either.

Battlegrounds Mobile India hasn’t been updated in a long time, which has upset a lot of users. They went online to express their opinions and ask questions about the possibility of a release:

A lot of people in India also wanted to know about the BGMI ban being lifted:

There are a lot of articles and tweets online about the Battlegrounds Mobile India 2.2 update. But the ways described in these articles aren’t legal and will probably get Player IDs banned. Because of this, it’s best not to get the Battlegrounds Mobile India 2.2 update from any source that isn’t official.

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