Battlegrounds Mobile India, also known as BGMI, has received a new patch update that fixes a handful of issues that were affecting multiplayer play. According to developer Krafton, the latest patch will fix an issue affecting player speed in-game and a bug where applying a player’s sensitivity codes wasn’t working as intended. Also fixed an issue that affected the scope when using a specific weapon. Meanwhile, the patch also fixes an issue with an in-game premium crate removing an item that was unintentionally granted to players, according to Krafton.
In a new series of patch notes released On Thursday, Krafton announced it had fixed a bug in the latest version of BGMI that resulted in intermittent increased speeds on Nimbus Island that could be abused by players. Meanwhile, the patch also fixes an issue where another Battlegrounds Mobile India player’s sensitivity code wasn’t being applied. Sensitivity codes allow players to share their custom camera, sight (ADS), and gyroscope sensitivity settings for other players to apply.
With the latest patch update, Krafton has fixed an issue with Merry Tidings – UZI weapon skin that resulted in players not being able to see through the weapon’s scope in-game. The patch update fixes these issues and, according to the developer, will be applied the next time the game is restarted.
Meanwhile Krafton uncovered in another post that it also fixed an issue with a premium crate in BGMI granting users an “unintentional” item under the guaranteed rewards when the crate was opened 10, 20 or 30 times. While there’s no word on what the unintended in-game item is, the developer says it’s now been removed – an upcoming notification will reveal Krafton’s plan for players who acquired the item before it was removed.
Earlier this week, Krafton announced a fix for its Lamborghini crate, customizing the skins for the flashy new vehicles that were introduced last month. The maximum speed for the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Verde Alceo and the Lamborghini Aventador SVJ Verde has been set identically for all Lamborghini skins. The company also announced that for the week ended April 10, it suspended around 50,000 accounts for cheating and other illegal activities in the popular battle royale game.