PUBG Lite Beta for Low-End Specifications Laptop is Now Open for Registrations in India

PUBG has released a toned down version of its game for players with low specs and it's called PUBG Lite. The game is now open for Beta registrations

By June 27th, 2019 AT 2:28 PM
Highlights
  • The PUBG Lite will be able to run on Core i3 laptops with 4GB RAM
  • The Beta players will get many awards in the game as well

Players Unknown Battleground (PUBG) is easily the most popular game on the planet right now. The Battle Royale game has managed to amass a massive fan-base thanks to its gameplay and the kind of experience it offers to the gamers. The players on PUBG Mobile or the PC version can get into the battlefield and experience first-person shooting with a lot of other quirks with 100 other players or their own friends. Until now, if players wanted to play PUBG then they had to resort to the mobile version of the game, PUBG Mobile, or they had to choose the PC version of the game which requires a laptop with gaming-eligible specifications. However, Tencent Games has now found out a solution for the same as it is now about to launch PUBG Lite.

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PUBG Lite Beta Details

To recall, last year, PUBG had released a toned down version of its popular game, PUBG Lite which was specially made for the players who did not have a high-end laptop. The PUBG Lite comes with optimised graphics and gameplay features which will make it possible for the players to run the game on laptops with low-end specifications. Also, to make the game more accessible, the game will be available for free.

Now it is also worth noting like it is the case with all games which PUBG releases, this version of the game was also available in beta in a lot of South Asian countries. But, India too has a massive community of PUBG players, and hence players would be waiting for this new version of PUBG. Giving in to the demand to the players, PUBG has finally decided to bring the PUBG Lite beta version to the India sub-continent as well. The interested players in PUBG Lite Beta will be able to register for the game till July 3.

However, the interested players should note that although the registrations for the game have begun, the game is not yet available for download. The beta stage has limited slots for the players. Hence the game download link will be available to the first few registrants in a few days, and gradually the game will be available for all the players who have registered for the beta programme.

How to Register for PUBG Lite Beta

In case you would like to try PUBG Lite, then you will have to head to the PUBG Lite website where you will be able to create an account for free. If you already have a PUBG account, then you will be login using that. Once you are in, you will need to click on ‘Participate in Event’ button. After that, you will be able to link your Steam, Xbox and PS4 account with the game account.

The beta players of PUBG Lite will be eligible for several in-game prizes like the Tiger M46, and the Çheetah parachute will be on offer. For 100k registrations, PUBG will give Black Scarf, Punk Glasses and Bloody Combat Pants to the players. On crossing 200k registrations, players will be given Gold PUBG scarf, Striped Long-Sleeved Shirt and Red Sports Top. All these rewards will be given in-game via codes that will be mailed to the players. The PUBG Lite has very less demanding specifications, and it can be run on a Core i3 processor with 4GB RAM, 4GB of HDD and Intel HD Graphics 4000. However, recommended specifications of the game include Core i5 processor and a dedicated GPU.

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Arpit spends his day closely following the telecom and tech industry. A music connoisseur and a night owl, he also takes a deep interest in the Indian technology start-up scene and spends rest of his time spilling poetry and stories on paper.

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