Are you a regular player of Battlegrounds Mobile India then I think you already download and install the July update of the game. But when the gamers play it, they have faced a lot of new issues, bugs, and glitches. To solve those problems Krafton already starts to take action and make the game environment better.
So, if you are interested to know more about these issues then you should check this article at once. After reading the whole one, I hope you will get all the information regarding this update issue.
About the update and its issues
Battlegrounds Mobile India aka Bgmi released an update on 13th July 2021 for android users. The version of this update is 1.5.0 which is available on the play store. After downloading and installing this new update players get some new features, a new mode named ignition mode, 90fps supports, etc. many more get in this update. But here come some issues in the game with this update.
Krafton said that they are going to introduce a brand new super smooth graphics option for low-end devices. But unfortunately, here we didn’t see any kind of option to select it. Besides this, the sprint button that is present on the screen is not adjustable. We all know that the sprint button is how much important for the gameplay. But if you can’t adjust this button and not set it as you want then it’s very much difficult for the players.
In this update, we see a lovely little robot introduced to the game which shows the latest events on its TV. But the players observed that the Mini Ray Tv doesn’t work properly. It’s basically unable to show the latest news and all.
So, these are the main issues, bugs, and glitches in the game that come after the latest update.
What does Krafton say on this?
So, Krafton said that they already start their work on those above-mentioned issues. They try their best to fix those problems as soon as possible.
Most probably they may fix it by giving a little in-game download. After downloading that small file your game is probably free of those issues.
So, that’s it for now. Stay tuned with Stanford Arts Review for the latest updates.