Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) bugs acknowledged by Krafton; fix coming soon | 91mobiles.com

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Now that Battlegrounds Mobile India is finally out and about, some of the game’s bugs are beginning to surface. The game’s developer, Krafton, happens to be cognizant of the said buds and is said to be working on a fix. Some of them include the inability to adjust the Sprint button in settings, Super Smooth game mode not being available, and players being unable to proceed to ongoing events through Mini Ray TV. Anyone experiencing the aforementioned bugs can reach out to Krafton by navigating to the bottom right corner of the lobby, go to Settings > Basic > Customer Service. 

These bugs crept into the game via the Battlegrounds Mobile India July update, which was rolled out just a few days ago. Among other things, it added new weapons, a new game mode, and a few other QoL upgrades. There’s a monthly Battle Pass thrown in the mix, too. The bugs listed above were also a part of the July update. Super Smooth mode was meant to make the game playable on low-end devices and the Mini Ray TV was an in-game mechanic that allowed you to keep up with in-game events in real-time. 

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Also read: Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) July update brings new guns, Ignition mode, season improvements, and more

A future Battlegrounds Mobile India update will add Tesla Gigafactories to the map. One can watch a Tesla being built end-to-end and even ride one of the cars. The same update also will add Clan Clash mode that pits one clan against another, with the clans competing for dominance and in-game rewards. 

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