In case, users fail to fulfil the rules and regulations or don’t install the Facebook application, players can lose all the data given starting a new account will require them to start afresh
Earlier in August this year, Battlegrounds Mobile India also known as BGMI’s developer Krafton, said that it is going to shut down data transfer with Facebook accounts. However, the changes were supposed to happen in October but were postponed to November 5.
Now, the time has come, users who have been playing the game via a Facebook login will not be able to run BGMI on their mobile from this week.
The development came because of the policy update in the Facebook SDK and it will only impact Android users.
To recall, the developers permitted players to convey forward their information and data from PUBG Mobile to Battlegrounds Mobile India following the BR title’s introduction in India. Notwithstanding, the information move process was shut in September for the Facebook policy update. The new regulations update emphasises something similar with Facebook software development kit (SDK) that impairs logins with Facebook accounts ‘through the embedded browser in Android devices.’
Krafton in a blog post said, “After November 5th, logins will be disabled unless the Facebook App is installed on your device; we apologise for the inconvenience, but please install the Facebook App to use the game.”
In case, users fail to fulfil the rules and regulations or don’t install the Facebook application, players can lose all the data given starting a new account will require them to start afresh.
These changes are going to come into life within two days, hence users can download the application to save their progress, in order to play the game without any hurdles.