Battlegrounds Mobile India January Update Rolled Out With Spider-Man Theme; Krafton Highlights Known
Krafton has rolled out a new update for Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI). Spider-Man: No Way Home is the major highlight of this update, as previously announced. UI improvements have been made in the latest update to 1.8.0, allowing players to quickly select a match. Livik: Aftermath remains available until February 14 when the update is released. After you install the new version, you will be able to view rank and normal matches separately. You can also mark matches automatically. The update includes a number of new features as well as some improvements to the existing elements of the game. The company offered a fix to players who reported issues with the January update.
Krafton on Friday announced the rollout of version 1.8.0 update for Battlegrounds Mobile India. Both the Android and iOS update will include a Spider-Man: No Way Home Theme mode, as well as the Aftermath game mode. Separated Matching has been added. Consequently, season tier points will be reflected in ranked matchmaking, and normal matchmaking will not affect season tier points. UI changes have been made to Krafton to make it easier for users to select a desired match.
A highlight of the new update is the ability to play Livik: Aftermath mode only in normal matches. The season tire point won't suffer as a result. A player can automatic fire at enemies in Livik: Aftermath: Firearms and Scope mode. With the new version, players will be able to move quickly across the map thanks to ziplines. In addition, a communication tower will help to rescue teammates who have fallen.
The classic mode of BGMI lets players exchange looted coins for supply items at new supply stores on the map. As of version 1.8.0, a crate location indicator will appear. Items used to revive the dead will display on the map. To revive their defeated teammates, players need to retrieve their ID cards from their boxes.
New improvements to firearms are included in the 1.8.0 update. There are also some fixes included in the update. Fire direction and aim varied according to the display resolution, and bullet spread issues have been resolved. The BGMI will now let players who are knocked out swim in the water. Furthermore, for each place name in the map, a three-dimensional version will appear.
In addition to automatic enemy detection, auto-jumping with ping is another new feature. Additionally, the company has improved the method of receiving and evaluating cheaters' reports. High-scoring players will receive rewards.
The game has been experiencing issues since the January update was installed. Krafton is offering a fix for two of the issues. If there are any inconsistencies, users are encouraged to contact the customer service through the arrow on the bottom right hand corner of the lobby > Settings > Basic > Customer Service.