SuperGaming’s highly anticipated battle royale title Indus Battle Royale Mobile will kick off the closed beta test for Android and iOS with registrations for the same open. Dubbed the Indus Tech Fest 01, you can get a chance to play Indus on your devices.
Players can now register and play Indus Battle Royale Closed Beta on their devices
Indus is SuperGaming’s India-inspired battle royale title, initially scheduled for release in 2022. Since the initial trailer was launched, the game achieved remarkable milestones, where in February it crossed over a million registrations, and later confirmed over 7 million pre-registrations during the announcement of the inaugural Esports Invitational tournament in October 2023.
Speaking about the game, you can get to experience next-gen gunplay on mobile, where you take on a quest for glory and riches. You, Mythwalker, are tasked by COVEN to retrieve Cosmium, the galaxy’s most valuable resource on the mysterious planet Indus. This unique substance manifests during battles, and finding it ensures instant victory, sometimes, triumph doesn’t wait for the last man standing.
Interested players can head over and fill out the Google form provided by the developers here. Make sure your details are linked to your IDs on Google/Apple to play the game on the respective platforms.
To be among the first to gain access to the Indus Closed Beta with an opportunity to receive an Indus Closed Beta Key and top spot in Test Fest 01, it’s essential to hold the @Early Access to Closed Beta Key role on the Indus Discord Server. The tests have already started, but the ending date hasn’t been disclosed yet.
Currently, the pre-registrations are open for Android on Google Play Store. The release date of the game hasn’t been announced yet, so players who don’t get the opportunity to play the Closed beta will have to wait for a while for other tests or an official release.
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