The Virus Infection Game Mode in Battlegrounds Mobile India, or BGMI, has been temporarily disabled, according to game creator Krafton. This mode, which pits players against swarms of zombies, was introduced alongside Payload 2.0 in November. There are three rounds of combat between humans and zombies in this mode. Krafton just stated that data transfer from PUBG Mobile to BGMI would be discontinued after December 31. Players were able to transfer their progress from PUBG Mobile to BGMI.
Krafton stated in an official statement that they have discovered a problem with the Virus Infection Mode in BGMI. The company hasn't divulged the specifics of the problem, but says it will repair it "as quickly as feasible" and notify players once it's resolved. Since 2.30 p.m. yesterday, the mode has been unavailable.
In November, BGMI released the Virus Infection Mode alongside the Payload 2.0 mode. As previously stated, the mode is divided into three rounds that pit people against zombies, with humans having to survive repeated rounds of zombie attacks. These zombies assault and infect people in the game, and players must withstand the onslaught of zombies in order to win.
People are changed into 'Heroes' if only three of them are alive, while zombies can select boosters or infect humans to reach level three and become 'Zombie King' in the game.
Krafton just notified the deadline for transferring PUBG Mobile data to BGMI. Players have until December 31 to import their PUBG Mobile data, according to the website. According to the developer, this is being done to facilitate smoother gaming for players that have previously utilised PUBG Mobile Normdic Map: Livik ("Prior App").
In September 2020, PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite were banned in India. Battlegrounds Mobile India, or BGMI, was later relaunched, with its publisher Krafton allowing users to carry over their progress and data from PUBG Mobile.