PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) has become a sensation among gamers and this online multiplayer battle royale is now available on smartphones, PCs, Xbox, PlayStation and more. However, PUBG Mobile is said to be the most popular version of the game as it is essentially free to play. But the biggest issue that maximum mobile player face is the requirement of high-end specifications that app requires to run smoothly. Keeping this fact in Mind and with the viewpoint of increasing the no of players, Tencent Games recently launched a lighter version of PUBG PC for low-end hardware and while it has been available in Thailand for now, PUBG Lite will be making its way to four more countries soon.
It has now been confirmed that PUBG Lite, in its beta form, will now be extended to Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, and Singapore starting from February 13, 2019.
As for the minimum requirements for playing PUBG Lite, the lighter version of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds can be played on any PC or laptop which offers minimum specifications such as Windows 7, 8 or 10 OS, 4GB of RAM, 4GB of internal storage, an Intel Core i3 processor and Intel HD Graphics 4000.
This means that users won’t need a gaming PC or a high-end laptop to play PUBG and it should be noted that while PUBG Lite has been developed to be supported on low-end hardware, it offers almost the same experience as that of the conventional PUBG PC interface and gameplay.
Meanwhile, pre-downloads for PUBG Lite will begin on February 13 in Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines and Singapore while the beta test servers will open on February 14, 2019. Coming to its availability in India, the fact that Tencent Games is bringing PUBG Lite to more South-east Asian countries means that PUBG players in India or those who don’t have access to high-end hardware will soon get PUBG Lite in beta form.
PUBG has been a craze worldwide and has taken the mobile gaming to different level, now with launch of PUBG Lite, company will be expecting new heights of popularity.