BGMI unveils March update - aerial playground
The company has kept player feedback as central to this update and has introduced vibrant gameplay, so that players can enjoy BGMI to the fullest
Hyderabad Krafton, Inc., the South Korean video game developer is set to enthrall all its Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) fans by introducing the March update with aerial battlefield, newly updated playground. The company has kept player feedback as central to this update and has introduced vibrant gameplay, so that players can enjoy BGMI to the fullest.
The latest update will help players celebrate Holi right at the beginning of the gameplay. The company has changed the topography of Spawn Island and will enable players to use different colored balls to dye the central building. Players will also be able to summon four giant statues representing strategy, courage, cooperation, and calmness, to trigger special performance during the gameplay.
Furthermore, players can fight it out with their enemies in an aerial battlefield called Nimbus Island. The aerial battlefield will exist for five minutes after the start of the game, where players will transform into colorful dolls and collect rare coins to loot powerful equipment. In Nimbus Island, if a player is knocked out by an enemy, the doll's headgear will slowly become larger and float in the air. If a player is eliminated, they can return to the battlefield again. Other additions to the game also include vibrant camp and vehicle radar settlements, which will allow players to collect fresh supplies and spot enemies by using a scanner.
The BGMI playground now provides new experience to players. The target shooting game has been migrated to the indoor shooting range with additional bunkers and different target types. The company is also upgrading the overall map by adding racetracks. Players can choose to participate alone or with other players to get the thrill of racing within the game.
BGMI is available exclusively to play in India. Fans can follow its official YouTube, Instagram and Facebook pages for all the latest developments.