Since its introduction, the casual battle royale game Battle Stars, developed in India, has attracted more than 5 million players worldwide. Battle Stars will get a new map that is inspired by Delhi, the country’s capital, to recognize the event and this historic milestone, according to the game’s creator SuperGaming. Similar to the game’s well-liked Mumbai map, the Battle Stars Delhi map provides some well-known locations. A few notable locations that will be playable in the game include India Gate, Red Fort, the Presidential Palace, and Connaught Place.
Additionally, to celebrate Independence Day on August 15, 2023, players will be able to see the national tricolor flag flying from India Gate and the Red Fort in Battle StarsAdditionally, Techno Gamerz, alias Ujjwal Chaurasia, India’s top gaming YouTuber, collaborated on the development of Battle Stars.
He worked extensively with SuperGaming to develop his playable hero, the Techno Quest, and new skins based on his character in prior Battle Stars updates. Techno Gamerz, a local of Delhi, has added his expertise and experience with the city to the Delhi map. Soon, sharp-eyed players will be able to make out his house in it. Location-specific sound effects for a more immersive gaming experience, such as the commotion of traffic in Connaught Place or the throngs of people at India Gate, are among the other new elements added to the map. New emotes can be used by players to represent Delhi slang
Battle Stars now offers more user-driven gaming options in addition to the new Delhi map. The battle royale mode in Squad BR offers the possibility to be played in trios (enabling you to jump with two friends or two random players), acquire Star Crates for power-ups, and loot defeated opponents.