Battlegrounds Mobile India was released for Android on the Google Play Store last month after being in beta for almost a month. The PUBG Mobile Indian version is ready for release for iOS users soon but we do not have a specific date for the iOS launch yet. After the release of the stable version of the Royal Game of War, the gamers are still facing some problems while playing the game.
One of the problems is “Server is busy, please try again later. Error code: Limit region. Server busy issues occurred while the game was in beta, but some users are having problems with the stable version. Error message prevents players from even opening the game So, what is the reason and how can you fix the problem quickly and start with the BGMI game?
Cidelloid version of the game
OK, the main reason behind the server being busy issue in BGMI may be due to the sideload version of the game. If you’re having problems, be sure to delete the app from your phone and reinstall the BGMI game from the Google Play Store. It should be noted that downloading the game from third party app stores or APK and OBB files will bring up this problem again and again.
Another reason the server encounters a problem is running the game on an unsupported device. The BGMI game is only available on the Google Play Store and can be downloaded and played by Android users. So, if you are using an emulator or an unsupported device, a server error is bound to occur. The only solution to this problem is to use only supported devices.
Accessing BGMI from outside India
The third reason for this problem is that you are trying to access BGMI from outside India. Battlegrounds Mobile India game, as the name implies, is officially only available in India. So, anyone trying to access the game from another country will often face server busy issues.
The most common reason behind server engagement in BGMI is that players need to have a stable WiFi connection to access the patching internet atch game otherwise problems will keep coming. So, if you encounter any problem with BGMI, check your internet connection first.