Battlegrounds Mobile India Fixes Issues In Lamborghini Crater; Banned nearly 50,000 accounts for fraud

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Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) publisher Krafton announced that he has made some adjustments to the skins he released in Lamborghini Crater late last month. Krafton had been working with luxury sports car brand Lamborghini to bring flashy new vehicles to BGMI, and some Lamborghini vehicle skins could be claimed via Lucky Spin. In addition, the South Korean company suspended about 50,000 accounts for fraud in the week ended April 10. The studio continues its combing efforts to catch and ban players for cheating in the battle royale game. It has also published a list with the names of the banned accounts. In his previous combing exercise, Krafton had suspended over 66,000 accounts.

Krafton announced via a blog post today that it is adjusting the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Verde Alceo and Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Verde top speeds identically for all Lamborghini skins. This happened after the game maker noticed that the top speed of some Lamborghini vehicle skins was slightly higher than the rest of the Lamborghini vehicle skins.

At the end of March, it was announced that Krafton was collaborating with luxury sports car brand Lamborghini to bring eye-catching new vehicles to BGMI. The Lamborghini Crate has been available in online multiplayer battle royale since March 25th. The new crate will make eight Lamborghini skins available through the in-game store and events. BGMI players also have a chance to win hidden Lamborghini skins through a lucky spin.

BGMI players can access the Lamborghini Crate from March 25th to May 3rd. The crate comes with six skins, available through the in-game store. The skins included in the box are Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Verde Alceo, Lamborghini Estoque Metal Grey, Lamborghini Urus Giallo Inti, Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Verde, Lamborghini Estoque Oro and Lamborghini Urus Pink. Lamborghini Urus Giallo Inti and Pink are the first skins from Russian automaker UAZ to be presented to BGMI.

The collaboration with Lambhorghini is the fourth time that Krafton has teamed up with leading automakers to bring exciting new cars to the game. The South Korean gaming company has previously worked with automotive industry giants like McLaren, Tesla and Koenigsegg.

Alongside the Lamborghini Crate fix, BGMI also released a patch that addresses an issue where enemies would not die even after being dealt a large amount of damage. That bug has been fixed, Krafton said.

Krafton also announced that 49,327 accounts at BGMI were suspended for illegal activity during the week of April 4-10. Previously, between March 28 and April 3, it had also permanently suspended a total of 66,233 accounts. It also published the list of scammers. Krafton will ban players if they downloaded BGMI from an unofficial channel or have illegal utilities on their devices.

The ban is part of Krafton’s strict measures against illegal activities that it says impact the gaming environment. Nearly 50,000 BGMI player accounts were banned in a week that began on January 10th and ended on January 16th.



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