- Kraftons says that to “promote responsible gaming practices”, the playtime for users under 18 will be three hours.
- Whereas, for the rest of the BGMI players, it will be six hours daily.
- Parental verification and daily spending limits for minors continue to be a part of BGMI.
By Abhik Sengupta: Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) is now available to download and play in India. Its developer Krafton has also rolled out a 2.5 update for the game that brings a “refined and immersive experience for gamers.” The new iteration of BGMI is slightly different from the previous version, which was banned in India for nearly a year. It now has limited playtime for adults and minors under 18 years. Moreover, the game’s playability will be staggered, meaning users will be able to login in phases. Therefore, not all users can play the game at first even after downloading, though the company promises wide availability within a maximum of 48 hours.