How to Pre-Register for Indus Battle Royale on Android and iOS

Abhimannu Das
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Indus Battle Royale


SuperGaming has opened up pre-registrations for Indus on Android and iOS will follow suit soon.
There are pre-registration bonuses up for grabs for players who register ahead of the game's launch.
The upcoming game by SuperGaming will focus on the ancient Indus Valley civilization.

India-based game company SuperGaming is working on ‘Indus’, a brand-new battle royale game that is coming out for mobile devices, consoles and PC. Pre-registration is now open for Google Play and the developers have revealed that iOS registrations will open soon. A new trailer of the game just dropped revealing gameplay elements and the game will be available to download for free sometime in the future.  There is no known release date but players who pre-register will receive special bonuses and be notified as soon as the game releases for their devices.

How to Pre-Register for Indus on Google Play Store (Android)

  1. Head to:

  2. Make sure that you are logged in to your correct Google account 

  3. Click on Pre-Register

You will be notified on your Android device whenever the game is available for download. 

How to Pre-Register for Indus on Apple App Store (iOS)

A store page for Indus is not live yet. You can follow Indus’ social media accounts to know when iOS pre-registrations go live.

What is Indus? 

The upcoming game by SuperGaming will focus on the Indus Valley civilization, a topic that a majority of Indians studied during their history classes but it was not discussed in detail. It continues to be a mystery for many and the developers want to take a closer look at the setting. 

The game puts us in a hypothetical perspective where the Indus Valley civilization was not destroyed. Instead, it was so advanced that it moved to a different galaxy and it continued to evolve, which is why the game has been named ‘Indus.’

Indian representation in video games is very rare and we have seen the country being a part of games only in a handful of major titles. Some of the games that have explored India include Hitman 2, Tomb Raider 3 (1998), and Assassin Creed Chronicles: India. The game wants to highlight Indian culture through the inclusion of the country’s history, Ayurveda (traditional Indian medicine), advanced Indian weaponry, Indian mathematical innovations, Aryabhatta’s machines, and more.

Players can follow the official YouTube channel for more developer updates. 

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Abhimannu is a PC esports writer at AFK Gaming. With over seven years of experience in esports journalism, he has worked on a myriad of games and their ecosystems including Valorant, Overwatch and Apex Legends.