While many PUBG mobile players are waiting for Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) Lite to launch, Crafton Inc. has not officially announced whether it will launch a lite version of the game. While many of us cross our fingers for the BGMI Lite version, the chances of that happening are slim. This is because Crafton has added a lower resolution option to the original app.
Although Crafton did not officially announce a light version of the game, it did not deter scammers from targeting and exploiting innocent mobile gamers on the Internet.
Battlefield Mobile India Lite APKs Fake
Many spam-filled websites are promoting fake Battlegrounds Mobile India Lite APK links, which are fake and may also contain malware that could harm your device. BGMI Lite is not an official game and currently, there is no APK file for so-called mobile games.
We advise our readers to stay away from these websites, as they are illegal and can put your devices at risk of viruses and malware, in addition to spreading misinformation. Some of the already identified and popular websites spreading fake BGMI Lite APK links include MPNRC, WRONG HAT OFFICIAL, awnews, Wazir Tech, APSSB.in and police results.
Not only are the links being spread by these websites, countless YouTube videos are promoting them. Some videos are recommending their viewers download a compressed version of BGMI on the pretext of BGMI Lite. However, we recommend that you stay away from such videos and fake websites.
You can check on Crafton’s official BGMI website for any official announcements. If you really want to search for official APKs, take a break, you can go to the Google Play Store and before downloading the app, check to see if Crafton Inc. is listed under the Developer tag.
The post Fake Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) Lite APK link is going viral on the internet: How to spot them appeared first on BGR India.