In Thailand this week begins a beta test for PUBG Lite. According to the developer of PUBG Corporation, this is a smaller version of Battle Royale's title, especially aimed at countries where high-end PC hardware is expensive or inaccessible. For this reason, the developers team is trying to adapt PUBG Lite to lower hardware requirements so the title can be played on computers and laptops that have only a built-in graphics card.
Minimum and recommended system requirements
As an operating system, PUBG Lite requires a 64-bit version of Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10. The installation also requires only 4 GB of free hard disk space. At minimum hardware requirements, PUBG Lite requires at least Core i3 processor with 2.4 GHz, four GB RAM and at least one Intel HD Graphics 4000 graphics module. Recommended system requirements include at least 2.8 GHz Core i5, eight GB RAM and Nvidia Geforce GTX 660 or AMD Radeon HD 7870 graphics card.
The title of Battle Royale can be played for free
The PUBG Lite Tie Beta includes the Erangel map, which consists of two islands and is represented as the first PUBG card. The map offers different locations such as a nuclear power plant, swamp, mountain areas and a flooded city. According to the developers, PUBG Lite is a standalone product whose client is offered free of charge, unlike Playerunknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) (from € 17.97). The studio has dedicated its own development team to the title, which will expand PUBG Lite to already known from the main game cards but will also contribute to new and extraordinary content. Over the next few weeks, the PUBG Corporation wants to understand in the next few weeks how well it will be reached to the ultimate Battle Royale game. If the beta test is successful, PUBG Lite should also be available in other countries. Whether the studio also has Germany in the sights is not known.