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India’s PUBG Rival Is Inviting People To Beta Test The Unreleased Game: What We Know

Last Updated: December 27, 2023, 17:50 IST

Indus battle royale game is open for closed beta testers

The made-in-India battle royale game looks to compete with the likes of BGMI in the gaming arena after it officially releases.

The made-in-India battle royale game is inching closer to its official release. The game is finally ready to be tested by developers and select beta users. SuperGaming has started taking registrations of people who wish to beta test the game along with other members of the gaming community. However, to access the beta, you will need to obtain an Indus Closed Beta Key—which is expected to be in limited supply.

Indus Battle Royale Close Beta Test: How To Register

SuperGaming is inviting interested testers to its Discord channel where they have to fill up a form with details like your email ID which should be linked to Apple or Google Play ID. Once your device is eligible to get the test version, you have to submit information like Discord ID, the OS running on the phone, phone brand, model number, RAM and more details that will determine if the device can handle the testing of the unreleased game.

The new Indus Closed Beta trailer, presented in an ultrawide cinematic aspect ratio, features the voices of Olympic shooter Heena Sidhu and other popular content creators. It also gives gamers a taste of the weapons, avatars, and traversals they can expect in Indus when it launches. The trailer further showcases multiple locations and firefights on the island map of Virlok, as well as specific weapon animations.

Users must pre-register for the game on the Google Play Store and join this Discord server to be eligible for a key to the closed beta launching this holiday season. The developer notes that gamers who join the Discord server will be notified when the keys are released.

“The Indus Closed Beta trailer is our attempt at showcasing the Indian Gaming Industry by involving aspirational real-life icons from culture, sports, and content creation as a part of it,” Roby John, CEO and co-founder, SuperGaming had said earlier in the year.

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