After the Successful Run of PUBG Mobile, It is Time for PUBG Mobile Lite
PUBG Mobile achieved the hearts of millions of people around the globe but Tencent Games was unable to touch the hearts of people that did not have access to high GB RAM mobile phones. Now, Tencent games are back with a lite version of PUBG Mobile Lite which can be played on devices with less than 2GB of RAM.
A month before the launch of PUBG Mobile Lite, a beta version of PUBG PC Lite was introduced for the Indian consumers which received a positive response and now the company is sure that it would also get the same response from the gamers across the country.
The Lite version of PUBG Mobile can be downloaded from the Google Play Store for free and as per Tencent games, PUBG Lite has been designed with Unreal Engine 4 (same as the original game) but it has been optimized to be compatible with devices less than 2GB of RAM.
The gamers can also experience the same maps but they are smaller when compared to the PUBG Mobile. The lite version involves 60 players at once in a map and brings a new weapon “RPG-7” and a new vehicle “Buggy” along with three new locations.
The download size for the game is about 468MB which extends till 491 MB. The game has been designed to offer high-quality graphics and HD audio throughout the game.
According to the company, this game has been designed especially for people who use entry-level smartphones in India. Specific features contain enhanced aim assist, a winner pass, bullet trail adjustment, ability to heal while moving, optimized map quality and extended time to kill.
When compared to the PUBG Mobile, the lite version is distinctive in terms of server options as this version gets just two server options and the modes are gaming are also limited to Classic and Arcade with just one map each.
PUBG Lite, a free to play battle royale game for PC, was recently unveiled in India for people who do not have high-end gaming computers.
Short Answer – No! Although PUBG lite is just a recompiled version of PUBG mobile, they took PUBG mobile which was built on unreal engine 4 and recompiled it for PC and then started making changes for optimizations and adding features in the game.
YES, PUBG Lite is completely free to use on PC running on Microsoft Windows 10/8/7 and XP Operating system. PUBG Lite is a new free version of the PUBG PC game with scaled-down graphics designed to play on computers and laptops equipped with lower-end specs.
The use of a VPN is not a violation of the PUBG Mobile Terms of Service. However, he mentioned NEVER to play while being on a VPN as it might trigger the use of a Third Party Application Ban.