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'PUBG Mobile' Players In India Cut Off From Playing Game Too Long

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'PUBG Mobile' Players In India Cut Off From Playing Game Too Long

'PUBG Mobile' Players In India Cut Off From Playing Game Too Long

Comicbook.com reports PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile players in India have been told they've been playing too long.

Messages have appeared in-game recently telling players they have to come back to play later.

The game has been very popular in India, and the warning pops up as a “Health Reminder,” locking players out of the game after certain amounts of time.

The official account for PUBG Mobile in India has said the message was an error, but players are still getting it.

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