Made-in-India battle royale title ‘Indus’ has just hit the milestone of a whopping 1.5 million pre-registrations on Android. To celebrate the occasion, the developers have announced the fourth community playtest for the game that is all set to be organized in June 2023.

‘Indus’ Hits 1.5 Million Pre-Registrations, Gears Up for Fourth Community Playtest in June 2023

While the exact date and time for the fourth community playtest of Indus haven’t been confirmed at the time of writing, the devs have stated that it will be held in the city of Pune, India. Unlike the previous playtests, the upcoming community playtest will enable fans to take a glance at what esports in Indus would look like. It will aim at refining the esports content of the title and will feature a set of modes and options that Indus Esports could opt for.

“The primary objective of our Community Playtests is to give you an idea of how a game in development looks and how your feedback can make a difference in building India’s most ambitious battle royale,” SuperGaming said. “This is inspired by our own experience in building MaskGun with our community which made for a better game.”

The Pune playtest will be taking place on the latest build of Indus, which means that all the changes made after the Surat playtest will already be implemented into the game.

“Since our last playtest in Surat, we’ve had a lot of questions regarding competitive play as well as features like spectator mode,” SuperGaming CEO Roby John said. “With Indus’ core gameplay in place, this is the first time we’ll be showing our early esports features.“

‘Indus’ Hits 1.5 Million Pre-Registrations, Gears Up for Fourth Community Playtest in June 2023

Esports enthusiasts and gamers from throughout India who are looking to get a sneak peek at Indus ahead of its final release can opt for the game’s fourth community playtest here. Do note that the playtest will be an invite-only event and entry will be based upon email invites & ID verification.

Fans looking to pre-register for the game on Android can head over to the Google Play Store and check out Indus. The game hasn’t made its way into the iOS yet, but expect it to hit the App Store in the near future. Users looking to get an enhanced experience of Indus on their PC can check out the game on Bluestacks. If you’re looking to play some other popular battle royale titles while waiting for the launch of Indus, you can check out a list of the best Android battle royale games here.