It would be an understatement to say so PUBG Mobile IndiaThe launch has been a bumpy journey. However, the latest development may still be strange, as the company just deleted most of its posts from all social media accounts.
PUBG Mobile India’s social media handles have been redesigned as most of its photos and videos have been lost overnight. It is unclear whether they have been deleted or just archived. Its Facebook and Instagram accounts (both confirmed) have only one post – the original PUBG Mobile India trailer from November 2020 onwards.
The remaining Instagram message is shown below:
These are not the only accounts that have undergone a cleanup, as the PUBG Mobile India YouTube channel experienced similar treatment last week. A series of four videos was downloaded, teasing the launch of the game – and quickly removed. According to speculation, they have been published prematurely and are not scheduled to be published right now.
Deleting messages can mean a few things: PUBG Mobile India never returns, and thus the company wants to manage content that would show otherwise; the company understands news episodes and wants to create hype before release; or it goes through the branding process and fills the accounts with new content.
The latter seems to be the most likely case, as a new report hinted the game would return eventually Battlegrounds Mobile India (PUBG stands for Player Unknown Battlefield). The changes can be seen in the background of its website Facebook and YouTube pages where URLs have been updated to reflect changes. The community administrator in the PUBG Mobile India Discord group also confirmed the changes.
While these are undeniably big events, none of them come from official channels, so take them with salt. Having said that, the amount of news coming out today may mean that the announcement we are all waiting for is not too far.