- Krafton will need minors to seek parent's permission to play Battlegrounds Mobile India.
- There will be gaming limits in the game for minors as well.
- In-app purchases in Battlegrounds Mobile India will also be capped.
Additionally, Battlegrounds Mobile India is going to include a gaming limit, which Krafton announced last year for the then-called PUBG Mobile India. The limit will ensure a single player who has not attained the age of 18 years will not be able to play the game beyond three hours a day. This is a step in the right direction and even though some might contest the move, the gaming limits will appease critics who have often talked about the ill effects of prolonged gaming at length. In fact, it was one of the reasons why the government was convinced to ban PUBG Mobile last year.
Krafton has also set limits for in-app purchases in Battlegrounds Mobile India. Minors, after receiving due permission from their parents to play the game, will be allowed to spend as much as Rs 7,000 on in-app purchases. The new feature for capping in-app purchases is going to reduce reckless spending children do without seeking their parent's consent. In the past, there have been cases where minors have made transactions of over Rs 1 lakh to buy exclusive items in PUBG Mobile. Krafton has, however, not said much about how and where this feature will be available.