Since it became available for early access on the Google Play Store, Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) has been the talk of the town. Players were finally able to jump right into their favorite Battle Royale game and see what awaits them in BGMI.
The fact that UC (in-game currency) was priced higher than before was one of the many changes – mostly to do with the “Gameplay Management System” and other cosmetic changes. As a result, players began comparing the cost of UC in PUBG Mobile’s global version to the cost of UC in BGMI.
It turns out that UC was indeed more expensive than before – and more expensive than the game’s global version. However, it appears that the developers have taken notice and have returned the price of UC to what it was before the ban.
Battlegrounds Mobile India: readjusts UC prices back to usual
Microtransactions like UC have always been a part of mobile games, and they’re an important way to fund development. UC can be used to purchase rare cosmetic items in the game that, while not necessary for gameplay, may be of interest to fans.
A cool and rare skin feels as good as having a massively powerful weapon, as an avid gamer can attest. The cost of UC in Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) has been recalculated to be the same as it was before the game’s release.
The game’s early access release has been nothing short of a success, with over 5 million downloads already. To commemorate the occasion, the game is giving away a Classic Crate Coupon, which can be claimed via the game’s Events tab.
The core mechanics and gameplay of BGMI are largely the same as they were in PUBG Mobile, though the presentation has changed slightly.