Krafton is offering free rewards to all Battlegrounds Mobile India players, iOS version coming soon

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Battlegrounds Mobile India

has achieved the 50 million download milestone on Google Play Store. The milestone, according to the company, was clocked on August 14 and to celebrate the developer is offering free rewards to all its players.
As a part of the 50 million download milestone reward, every Battlegrounds Mobile India player will receive the

Galaxy Messenger

Set permanent outfit in addition to some more fun rewards, as announced earlier by the company.
In addition to that, the company is also hosting Independence Day Mahotsav, where players can participate and win exciting in-game rewards on a daily basis like an AWM skin (temporary) till August 19.
The game was launched on July 2 and in just over a month period of time, it has crossed the 50 million download mark. The company announced three supply crate scrap when it reached the 48 and 49 million download mark and all the rewards including the free Galaxy Messenger Set permanent outfit is now available for players to grab from the rewards centre.
How to grab the 50 million and other rewards
The rewards are now available for all BGMI players and it will be available to claim for 1 month. To claim the rewards, follow the steps:
Open Battlegrounds Mobile India on your smartphone and head to Lobby
Tap on Event section and look for Milestone event option
Tap on it to claim the free rewards.
That’s not it, the developer is also expected to announce the iOS version of the game soon and it has been teasing the same for a while now. Alongside the 50 million download rewards, the company has once again confirmed the launch of Battlegrounds Mobile India iOS version. Though the company has not provided any official date yet, as per the release, it is expected to happen soon.
A few leaks and rumours are suggesting that the BGMI for iOS might arrive on August 20. But, only time will tell if that pans out.

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