Since the pre-registration period began, Battlegrounds Mobile India has been in the spotlight regularly. For a long time, the Indian PUBG Mobile community has been anticipating the launch of this game.

PUBG Mobile is a game that the Indian audience is devoted to, and its ban last year left a great deal of disappointment among fans. Having been suspended for more than nine months, the game appears to be on course for a return.

There have been many videos and artworks posted by the developer of the upcoming battle royale game, which has led to a wide range of fan theories about its release. Battlegrounds Mobile India has revealed its release date in one of its most recent cryptic social media posts.


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Social media post hints at the release of Battlegrounds Mobile India

In the post, players were asked to come up with dates for the release of Battlegrounds Mobile India. The social media post reads the following:

“We know you’ve been waiting for us since a long time. We’re super excited for the biggest drop of the year! Guess the date and let us know in the comments below. “

A picture was shared along with the post, and it had a measurement tool in one of the corners that had some numbers inscribed on it, as shown in the image below.

Comment on the post by one of the fan A comment by another user on the Facebook post

Maxtern had tweeted a binary number ‘1000100111001101011000101,’ and this converted to “18062021” in decimals, which many considered to be June 18th.

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Ocean had posted a cryptic message in one of his Tweets where he had asked his fans whether they knew about emirp numbers and the difference between the smallest emrip and its prime. (Smallest emirp is 13, whereas the prime is 31. The difference between them will result in 18.) Many users speculated that the game could be released on June 18th.


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