The ban on PUBG has been nothing short of a setback for millions of Indians who spent hours playing the popular game with their friends connected virtually. ‘What next after PUGB?’ must be puzzling their minds as they sit idle at homes, maintaining social distance.
However, it seems that they have find alternatives to kill their time in Garena Free Fire, Ludo King and Call of Duty. These apps were most downloaded after the government announced the ban on September 2, according to Sensor Tower.
In the four-day period, Garena homegrown gaming app Ludo King and Call of Duty recorded 2.1 million, 1.52 million and 1.15 million downloads respectively on Google Play Store. On Apple’s App Store, Call of Duty is dominating the PUBG’s replacement race.
Bring PUBG back
Well, that’s what hundreds of PUBG lovers are demanding across the country. A rally, which took place in West Bengal, demanded justice for the banned app as protestors carried an effigy of the game.
Will PUBG make a comeback?
Right now, the probability of PUBG making a comeback anytime soon is brisk as the relationship between India and China are at an all-time low due to the Galwan Valley clashes. It’s unlikely that they’ll improve in a snap.
Meanwhile, lookout for PUBG’s desi doppelgänger Fau-G which is expected to roll out soon. The app, which is being developed by nCore games, was promoted by actor Akshay Kumar last week. займ на киви без прозвонабыстрый займ спб без регистрациизайм до 30 тысяч как получить быстрый займ онлайнзайм омскекапуста как оплатить займ