Attention BGMI players, today is the last chance to transfer PUBG Mobile data


This news is very important for users playing Battleground Mobile India (BGMI). BGMI is going to stop data transfer option for gamers who want to migrate their data from PUBG Mobile to BGMI. The game’s publisher, Crafton, made the announcement earlier this month. Once again Crafton has updated the users. It has been told that gamers who have not transferred their data yet, they now have only a few hours left.

one on facebook Post In this, Crafton has told gamers that users will be able to transfer their data from PUBG Mobile only till today i.e. 31st December. According to Indian time, users can transfer data till 5:29 am. Due to the current ban, PUBG Mobile is not available in India. The data that can be transferred includes old purchases and inventory, season rewards and other basic information.

Can do data transfer like this

Users transferring data can log in to the game and create a new character. After this a popup will appear, asking if you want to transfer your data. Then you tap on Agree. After this, the user will have to select the account from which he has signed-in to PUBG Mobile. After signing in, confirm the data transfer. Users who have not linked their accounts will not be able to transfer data to the new game.

The data transfer option was introduced after the launch of the BGMI game earlier this year. With the help of this feature, users can transfer their data from PUBG Mobile to the new game.

India had banned PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite in September 2020. The game was relaunched as Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) in July this year. The game allowed players to take their progress and data from PUBG Mobile. People who logged into PUBG Mobile with their Facebook or Twitter accounts were allowed to use the same accounts to transfer data to Battlegrounds Mobile India.

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