PUBG LITE Beta Now Available, it's a Free to Play PC Version Of the Game


PUBG Lite is a lighter version of the PC game, which will work on low-end hardware. This is a good step from the company as, PUBG PC is extremely heavy and doesn't run properly on even mid-range PCs.

This version will allow people with budget laptops to play the game, thus making it reachable to a wider audience.

According to the blog post, the company released PUBG Lite in Thailand as a limited beta on January 10. On January 24, the company via a follow-up blog post announced that the game is now in open beta and can be downloaded by anyone in Thailand.

The developers assure the public that even though PUBG Lite can run on low-end hardware, it is in no way inferior to PUBG PC available on Steam and is just as good as that.

Players’ outside of Thailand can use a VPN to mask their IP address and show as if they are located in Thailand to download the game. Keep in mind you will have to keep the VPN service running even after you download the game to play it.

According to the company, players are required to have a minimum of the following specifications to play the game on their PC without any issues. The minimum specifications include Windows 7, 8 or 10 operating system, an Intel Core i3 processor, 4GB of RAM, 4GB of internal storage and Intel HD Graphics 4000.

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