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Made-in-India Battle Royale Indus game first trailer revealed: Watch video

The first trailer for the “indo-futuristic” battle royale Indus made its debut on India’s Independence Day (15th August). The game develops by Pune-based company SuperGaming. The upcoming title will be available for mobile, PC, and consoles.

In order to make the first look special, even for the global audience, the developers of the game decided to show off the new trailer in New York’s Time Square to celebrate India’s Independence Day.

The game is a fresh take on the battle royale genre inspire by Indian history, culture, and indo-futurism. The game will focus on the lore and story which is something a lot of battle royales overlook.

The Battle Royale Indus is still far from the final launch but the game will open for pre-registrations from the end of this year on both Apple’s App Store and the Google Play Store for mobile devices.

Pre-registration for Indus will begin later this year

The game will be free-to-play and the team is yet to decide on how it will be monetized. It is likely that the game will include purchasable cosmetics and/or a battle pass.

The Battle Royale Indus game plans to bring something new to the most played genre in the country. The creators like to call it ‘Indo-Futurism’. It is based on the idea of futuristic-looking Indus Valley Civilisation with all modern weapons and architecture. The creators claim it is inspired by Black Panther’s take on Afro-Futurism.

The game also incorporates visuals, themes, and locations inspired by the culture and architecture of India over the years but with a futuristic twist.

Indus Game First Trailer Revealed

 Developed by SuperGaming, the Pune-based studio behind popular titles Silly Royale and MaskGun, Indus’ first trailer reveals a masked protagonist (which could be the starter skin for players) making an Iron Man-Esque superhero landing to start his quest to find a mysterious resource of power that can “change the fate of the universe” in a shiny, futuristic world.

As per the first look trailer, Indus pre-registrations will begin soon. Since Indus was first announced back on Republic Day (January 26), and the first trailer debuted on Independence Day (August 15). So, it is safe to speculate that Indus will begin pre-registration during the next major India holiday, in October or November.

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