PUBG Lite beta now live, it’s a free-to-play PC version of the game
Player Unknowns Battle Ground popularly known as PUBG released its light-weight version for the low-end PC gamers known as PUBG LITE. Initially, it is available to Thailand region only. But, now the developers have announced that the BETA will be released to four more regions soon, confirmed by the official PUBG LITE facebook page.
This version will allow people with budget laptops to play the game, thus making it accessible to a wider audience.
The developers assure the public that even though PUBG Lite can run on lower-end hardware, it is in no way inferior to PUBG PC available on Steam and is just as good as that.
The official PUBG LITE facebook page mentioned,
we are pleased to announce the expansion of the PUBG LITE Beta Test to four more regions. Players from Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, and Singapore will soon be able to experience PUBG LITE as well. We will do our best to return all the love and attention our players showed towards PUBG LITE as soon as possible.
For PUBG LITE, a regular PC with the following configuration can run it properly.
Operating System: Windows 7/8/10, 64-bit
CPU: Intel Core i3 2.4 GHz
Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 4000
So, if you are among those people who wished to play PUBG PC version but could not play until now because of your low-end PC, now it is your time to get your hands on the PUBG LITE PC version. Get your hands dirty and bring those chicken dinners!
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.