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Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) will remind you to take a break if you play for too long

Highlights

  • Screenshots of Battlegrounds Mobile India give us a first look at the game
  • The game will remind you to take a break if you play for too long
  • Maps and game modes have also been revealed

Battlegrounds Mobile India open beta version is now available for a handful of users. Now reliable tipster Mukul Sharma has shared the gameplay management system of the Battlegrounds Mobile India. The game asks users to take a break from playing every 45 minutes, and will remind you to do so if you play for too long.

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Sharma has also shared screenshots of the maps and modes in the Battlegrounds Mobile India. It gives us a first look at the battle royale game. Apart from that, Krafton has already announced the launch events and rewards

Battlegrounds Mobile India will remind you to take breaks

As mentioned earlier, the gameplay management system in Battlegrounds Mobile India will remind players about their wellbeing and avoid gaming for a longer duration. The dialog box says ‘A sound body and mind are essential to every aspect of life and it is important to be aware of the risk associated with gaming for too long’. 

The battle royale game adds that users should take a break every game or 45 minutes to clear their mind. Krafton had already revealed that the Battlegrounds Mobile India will come with stricter parental controls. The gameplay management system asks the player if they are above 18 years of age. It will also remind the player to take a rest from time to time if they play for too long in a single day. 

Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI): game modes and maps

In a separate tweet shared by Sharma, we get a glimpse at the maps and game modes in Battlegrounds Mobile India. It looks quite similar to PUBG Mobile. The screenshot of maps confirms four locations including Erangel, Livik, Miramar, Sanhok and Karakin. Players get four game modes including Classic, Arcade,  EvoGround and Arena. Under the Arena mode, users can choose from a 5v5 team deathmatch, arena training, gun game, domination and assault mode. 

Also Read: Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) launch events and rewards officially revealed

Apart from this, the screenshot doesn’t reveal any additional details of the game. The stable version is expected to launch soon in the coming days. For players who want to try out the beta version, Battlegrounds Mobile India has confirmed that more slots will be available frequently, so stay tuned to their social media handles. 

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