The PUBG (PlayerUnknown & Battlegrounds) PC costs about 1,000 Rupees for Steam in India. The PUBG Corporation has begun testing a free PC game version called PUBG Lite. This version of the game will take on Fortnite, a similar prank battle offered for free on all platforms, including the PC.
The Lite version of the game is currently being tested in Thailand. According to a blog post on the company's official website by its developers, PUBG Lite will soon reach other countries. However, no specific start date has been specified.
PUBG Lite is a lighter version of the PC game that will run on low-end hardware. This is a good step from the company because the PUBG PC is extremely heavy and does not work properly even on middle-class PCs.
This version will allow people with budget laptops to play the game, making it accessible to a wider audience.
According to the blog post, the company released PUBG Lite in Thailand as a limited beta on January 10th. On 24 January, the company via a follow-up blog announced that the game is already in open beta and can be downloaded by anyone. Thailand.
Developers assure the public that although PUBG Lite can run on lower-end hardware, it does not relinquish the PUBG PC available in Steam and is as good as that.
Players outside Thailand can use a VPN to hide their IP address and show that they are in Thailand to download the game. Note that you will need to maintain the VPN service even after downloading the game to play it.
According to the company, players must have at least the following specifications to play the game on their computer without any problems. Minimum specifications include Windows 7, 8 or 10, Intel Core i3 processor, 4 GB RAM, 4 GB internal memory and Intel HD Graphics 4000.