Battlegrounds Mobile India update brings Payload 2.0, Infection mode
- Krafton has added two new modes to
Battlegrounds Mobile India.
- The two modes are – Payload 2.0 and Infection.
- The two modes will be available till November 15.
AdvertisementPopular battle royale game Battlegrounds Mobile India has received a new update that has brought the much-awaited Payload 2.0 mode to the game. It is similar to the Payload 2.0 mode on PUBG Mobile that was announced last month.
The Payload 2.0 mode is a slightly tweaked version of the Payload mode that was announced earlier. It brings armored cars, helicopters and super weapons, adding more excitement to the gameplay.
In addition to new vehicles and cars, the update also brings a revival system that can be used to bring back your fallen teammates. The new mode can be found in the EvoGround tab in the game.
Krafton, the game’s developer, has also added an Infection mode that pits humans against zombies. The mode consists of three rounds and players get to play either as zombies or as humans.
While zombies can reach level three and become “Zombie King”, humans can become heroes if only three players are alive.
It is to be noted that both the modes are time-limited and will be available till November 15. Krafton will likely add other modes once these are removed.
In an earlier update in October, Krafton had introduced Vikendi, Metro Royale: Reunion, Runic Power and Survive Till Dawn modes to the game.
Players can currently log in and receive rewards as part of the game’s Diwali celebrations through in-game events.
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Krafton is all set to launch PUBG: New State, the company’s latest battle royale game. The game will be launched worldwide on November 11 and pre-registrations for the game are live for both Android and iOS users.
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