In September 2020, PUBG Mobile was banned in India. PUBG Corporation has been working hard to revive the game in India since then. Many people are eager for the game to return, but in the meantime, mobile gamers have moved on to games like Call of Duty: Mobile, Garena Free Fire, and others.
We’ll see how PUBG Mobile stacks up against Garena Free Fire and whether it’s a worthy replacement for the most popular battle royale game. PUBG Mobile is now banned in India and cannot be legally played there. Some players are using Korean APKs or VPN services to play the game, although this is against the law.
In India, the game PUBG Mobile and its lite version were made illegal under Section 69A of the Information Technology Act. The government says that the game was involved in activities that jeopardized the country’s sovereignty, integrity, defense, and security. Garena Free Fire, on the other hand, is a game that may be played anywhere in the country.
It’s currently available on both the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store for download. PUBG Mobile offers unquestionably superior visuals to Free Fire. With detailed characters, weaponry, vehicles, and terrain, it provides a more realistic sense. Free Fire has a cartoonish, animated appearance to it. The amount of playable characters is one area where Free Fire outperforms PUBG Mobile.