Mobile Game BGMI Banned in India, Here are 5 Alternatives for Tremendous Action.

BGMI has been banned in India in the past. It has been removed from Google Play Store and Apple App Store. In such a situation, here we are going to tell you about some games for you to play instead.

BGMI banned in India: Popular battle royale game BGMI (Battlegrounds Mobile India) has been removed from Apple App Store and Google Play Store. The removal of this game has been done after the government order. Why has this game been removed? Nothing has been said by the IT Ministry in this regard. On the other hand, the game publisher has also confirmed the ban. Meanwhile, if you are a fan of BGMI, then now you can try these five alternative options.

Garena Free Fire MAX

Like BGMI, Free Fire has already been banned in India. However, its Max version can still be downloaded and played. You will get a very good experience in this.

Call of Duty

Call of Duty is one of the most popular mobile games. This is also like BGMI and many gaming modes are available in it. It also gets a multiplayer game mode.

Apex Legends Mobile

It is a graphic-intensive game that offers gameplay similar to BGMI. There are three group offers in this game and users can join any one of the islands full of weeps. This game allows 60 players in one session and like BGMI, the player standing till the end wins the game.

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Shadowgun Wargames

This is a free-to-play online game. Which offers multiplayer battles. In this game, players get a long-range to select the hero. Each player has unique abilities in this game.

Battlelands Royale

This is not like a regular battle royale game. But, it offers the same last main standing concept. But, with a twist. This is a casual gun game. There are 32 players for a 3-5 minute battle. It also has Solo and Duo Modo.

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