PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds or PUBG recently got a lighter version called PUBG Lite for low-end PCs. The game was initially available only in a few countries. It is now finally making its way to India as per the announcement made on the company's official Facebook page. However, they have not disclosed any dates yet.
PUBG Lite first made its debut back in January and is now available in a total of 15 countries including Thailand, Brazil and Turkey. The game is basically here for the users with low-end PCs that are unable to run the full Steam version of the game.
The Steam version of PUBG is priced at Rs. 999 whereas the new PUBG Lite will be made available to users for free. While the experience remains the same, people might notice differences in the graphics of the game.
As far as the system requirements are concerned, PUBG Lite recommends having at least an Intel Core i3 processor coupled with Intel HD Graphics 4000. The PC should also have at least 4GB of RAM and 4GB of free disk storage. Also, the Windows PC should be running on Windows 7 or higher.
In order to enjoy smooth gameplay, the users should have Intel Core i5 processor or higher with at least 8GB of RAM. For installation, 4GB of disk space is required. Graphics needs can be fulfilled by an AMD Radeon HD7870 or Nvidia GeForce GTX 660 GPU.