Popular battle royale game BGMI has just added a brand-new Princess Guard Crate to the game along with some new, exclusive game skins and additional, discounted products. The fashionable Crescent Princess Set, Red and Green Soldier Sets, the Slayer Bear Head, and other items are included in the crate.
A brand-new Princess Guard Crate for BGMI has been introduced by Krafton. It is stuffed with discounted unique in-game skins and other merchandise. Some of the highlights from the crate include the stylish Crescent Princess Set, the Red and Green Soldier Sets, the Slayer Bear Head, and more.
A discount of up to 70% is available on the first crate opening. Players may open the Princess Guard Crate during this limited-time promotion for just 18 UC each crate, which is a huge discount from the original cost of 60 UC. Additionally, players have the choice to open the crate 10 times for 540 UC, which is a discount. You have the opportunity to access these things and join the battlefield with each opening.
Your gaming experience is supposed to be improved by the brand-new Princess Guard Crate, which contains unique in-game skins and accessories.
A government order resulted in the mobile game owned by Krafton being banned in India in July 2022 due to privacy and security concerns. It was quickly removed from the App Store and Google Play Store. Similar to PUBG, it was outlawed and vanished from India. If you didn’t know, PUBG was re-released in India under the name Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI). The game was developed exclusively for Indian gamers in addition to the new branding.
The Battlegrounds Mobile India is live and now available to play. Note that this is a 3-month trial approval after it has complied with issues of server locations data security etc.
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