- The new 1.8 updates have finally arrived in BGMI.
- This is the first major update that Battlegrounds Mobile India has seen this year.
- These voice packs will appear as three different packs in the game.
Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI), the Indian version of the South Korean game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) is one of the most popular games in India. The Krafton-owned game brings out new and interesting updates after every 8 weeks to keep the gamers hooked to its app. Players can expect lots of exciting updates this season.
Usually, Krafton introduces almost the same features that are released in PUBG Mobile in new updates, however, one thing that caught everyone’s eyes is the new BGMI streamers voice pack. Although the idea regarding such a voice pack was known to players, the release date and cost remained unknown.
A voice pack is simply the in-game chat function that players can use to give several commands without using the microphone. These can be things like marking enemies, locations and even giving radio commands like “Get the car” or “Fall Back”. The voice packs come in a variety of languages in the global version of PUBG Mobile and now, a Hindi voice pack will be seen in BGMI as well. These packs could be customized by players and it looks like there could be a purchase option for different kinds of voice packs.
BGMI new voice packs
Krafton is making an interesting addition to Battlegrounds Mobile India soon and its first look has been leaked by a YouTuber. A video was recently posted by Priyank1798GC and it leaked the upcoming voice packs of Jonathan, Snax, and Kaztro in English and Hindi language.
In addition to the introduction of the famous Spider-Man mode and the release of the new Aftermath mode map, Krafton has finally given the green signal to bring into the game the voice packs of famous YouTubers and Battlegrounds Mobile India partners – Snax, Kaztro, and Jonathan. These voice packs will appear as three different packs in the game and players will be given the option to choose their favorite one.
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