Battlegrounds Mobile India 1.7 update to feature League of Legends Arcade crossover, and more
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Battlegrounds Mobile India 1.7 update to feature League of Legends Arcade crossover, and more

Battlegrounds Mobile India is set to get its next major update soon. This will be the 1.7 update. The update will feature a crossover event with the League of Legends Arcane Animated Series.

Digit NewsDesk  | Published 17 Nov 2021 19:33 IST

The next major update for Battlegrounds Mobile India is just around the corner. The 1.7 update will reportedly roll out on November 19 and as always, it will include a number of updates and tweaks. Most notable among them is a crossover event in partnership with Riot Games.

BGMI 1.7 update: What to expect

The crossover event will see a crossover with the new Netflix animated series called League of Legends Arcane, which is based on the popular MOBA game, League of Legends. The game is developed by Riot Games. As part of the crossover event, players will be able to experience the new Mirror World while playing. They’ll also have to battle monsters and other players. 

As part of the crossover, players will see special spots on the map where they will be transported to Mirror island. There, players will transform into one of the characters from the series. They will also get access to unique weapons and skills that they can use to battle other players. Players who are defeated will return to Erangel in their original form. 

Aside from this, players will also find Hexcrystals scattered across the map. Players can then access the Hexcrystal shop by pressing the special icon that is located below the map. These crystals can then be exchanged for new items. This includes the Stimulant pack and the Tactical Landing pack.

You can learn more about the update via the video below.

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In related news, Krafton, the parent company of BGMI, noted that it permanently banned over 2 million accounts in just over a month. The developers noted that it had permanently banned 2,519,692 accounts in the period between October 1 and November 10. The developers also claim to have temporarily banned 706,319 accounts in the same time period.

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