We know PUBG Mobile is a game that is on everyone’s mouth at the moment. This is because the game is extremely addictive and everyone is having fun playing it. However, the game is creating a lot of trouble for Indian users. As PUBG Mobile has become too addictive for Indian users and there are reports of deaths due to PUBG as well. Many reports have surfaced saying that PUBG is causing sleeplessness, fatigue and even violence.
Also, PUBG Mobile has been banned in three cities of Gujarat in India. These cities are Surat, Vadodara, and Rajkot. In these cities, if you are caught playing PUBG then you will be jailed immediately. In Rajkot, we have seen more than 10 cases of people getting jailed for playing the game in public. After these, PUBG released a statement saying that they will work towards a way to limit the dangers of playing its game for too long.
Now, we are hearing of a test which is being conducted by Tencent Games. As per reports, Tencent Games is testing a 6-hour limit on PUBG gameplay. This means you can not play PUBG more than 6 hours per day on your device. Sportskeeda reports that PUBG Mobile will send you a health advisory if the gameplay exceeds 6 hours. Once the user tries to log in again, the game shows a message saying “The game has been stopped. Please come back at 5.30 am” the next day.
Apart from that, PUBG Mobile seems to now have an under-age limit of 18 years. As the game is now asking users if they are above 18 years of age or not. This might cause some users to get irritated. However, PUBG Mobile will definitely be saved from getting banned in India by this move. There is no comment as of yet from Tencent Games on this test, though.