PUBG Lite Launched India, How to Pre-Download PUBG Lite for PC & Mobile?: After a long wait, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) Lite is finally approaching to India. The game has already launched in various countries such as Hong Kong, Taiwan, Brazil and Bangladesh. India, on the other hand was eagerly waiting for the game to make its way to the nation soon. But now, the wait is over as the lightweight version of the game has been confirmed to be releasing soon in one of the biggest markets for the battle royale game. PUBG Mobile Latest updates
- PUBG LITE will be coming soon to India in beta.
- PUBG LITE will run on most low-end computers.
- Like PUBG MOBILE, PUBG LITE will be free to download and play.
PUBG Lite Beta 2019
The long waited and hugely anticipated, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) Lite has finally got its unveiling date for launching in India. PUBG Lite is now finally going to be available for Indian players starting from 4 July 2019. The wait is now finally over as the lightweight version of the game is finally heading its way to India in one of the biggest markets for the battle royale game.
Last week, the company has also started the pre-registration and the dates for official pre-registration were started from 20 June 2019 from 7:00 PM and it is going to conclude on 3 July 2019 till 23.59 IST. While India is waiting for July 4 for its launch date, on the other hand, the game has already launched in various countries such as Hong Kong, Taiwan, Brazil and Bangladesh.
At first, the official PUBG India Facebook page has made the initial announcement by a recent post earlier this month where they posted an image which comprises of a silhouette of the Taj Mahal along with this the words written on it reads ‘PUBG LITE Coming Soon.’ After that, it was expected that the game would launch for the duration of the Steam sale nearby June 25.
PUBG Lite is basically a toned down version of the original PC Version. It is well-matched with lower-end PCs as well as laptops, so you don’t need a dedicated GPU in order to get the great experience as an integrated one should be fully sufficient in order to run the game smoothly.
Meanwhile, if you want to Pre-download and install PUBG Lite then follow the steps mentioned below
- Visit the official site
- Download the PUBG Lite launcher
- Install the PUBG Lite launcher and run it. Click on the option to install the beta version of the game.
The official PUBG India Facebook page has recently posted an image which comprises of a silhouette of the Taj Mahal along with this the words written on it reads ‘PUBG LITE Coming Soon.’ PUBG Lite is basically a toned down version of the original PC Version. It is well-matched with lower-end PCs as well as laptops, so you don’t need a dedicated GPU in order to get the great experience as an integrated one should be fully sufficient in order to run the game smoothly. Call of Duty Mobile for PC
What Are Its Minimum System Requirements to Play the Game?
Let’s find out the system requirements:
The Minimum System Requirements for upcoming PUBG LITE will be:
OS: Windows 7,8,10 64Bit
CPU: Core i3 @2.4Ghz
GPU: Intel HD 4000
The Recommended System Requirements for upcoming PUBG LITE will be:
OS: Windows 7,8,10 64Bit
CPU: Core i5 @2.8Ghz
GPU: Nvidia GTX 660 or AMD Radeon HD 7870
How to Download PUBG Lite?
PUBG Mobile Lite and PUBG PC Lite are available for players in select countries only, and, currently, the games do not boast specific date for a global launch. The most recent PUBG Lite news indicates that the global launch could happen before the end of 2019.
In the meantime, the official launch date has yet to be declared and has not been officially confirmed. There are several discussions on Discord as well as social media channels which recommend that the game may perhaps launch by the end of this month. There is also a probability that the game would launch for the duration of the Steam sale nearby June 25.
PUBG Mobile Lite
Built with Unreal Engine 4, PUBG Mobile Lite is a toned-down version of the original and is geared towards budget and mid-range phones. Instead of 100 players landing on a huge map, only 40 players will land on a 2 km X 2 km map, allowing for faster-paced gameplay. Moreover, despite being the ‘Lite’ version, the game still comes equipped with immersive sound and video along with realistic weapons for a first-class Battle Royale experience.
PUBG PC Lite
PUBG PC Lite is similar to the mobile version of the game, with it targeted to function on budget PCs that offer limited graphics and processing power. Unlike the mobile version of the game, players can experience Battle Royale action in regular PUBG maps.
For the Indian audience, where the craze for the game is so much, PUBG Lite is going to be a big deal, as one of the major reasons for the fame of the mobile version is affordability. Nowadays, smartphones are not very costly, because of which the game is very easy to access. PUBG Lite may possibly spark a related fire among PC operators who don’t have high-end performance hardware but on the other hand still want to experience the game.
PUBG LITE features: How is it different from PUBG?
— The biggest difference between PUBG and PUBG LITE is compatibility. You need a PC at least with a dedicated graphics card and a powerful processor to run the game. PUBG LITE can do without that – all you need is at least an Intel Core i3 processor and Intel HD Graphics 4000 with DirectX 11 graphics support.
— To make it compatible with low-end PCs, the developers have optimised the contents. That means you won’t get the extreme high-level graphics that you are accustomed to with the full version on PC.
— The gameplay physics is also supposed to be pretty similar to the one in the PC version.
— Instead of multiple maps, PUBG LITE will only come with Sanhok, Miramar and Erangel. The snowy map of Vikendi isn’t available in this version yet.
— Players will be able to play in multiple modes – Solo, Duo and Team.
— PUBG LITE will only require 4GB of space on your PC.
PUBG Lite is a free version of Battlegrounds which is especially meant to be improved and enhanced playable on low-end computers by having important cutbacks in graphic fine points along with other features, but is otherwise feature far-reaching with the complete game. This version of PUBG is intended to be played in areas where the game’s minimum specifications may be problematic or hard for average players to attain, like areas in Southeast Asia, with a beta launch first released in Thailand in the month of January 2019.