- The PUBG Mobile Lite is available in a small package of 388MB
- The PUBG Mobile Lite also comes with watered down graphics, map but largely has the same gameplay
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds or popularly known as PUBG has become the most famous game on the planet right now. To increase the accessibility of this game and to enable more and more players to come onboard the battlefield, the maker of the game has availed it over as many platforms as possible like PC, Android and more. However, that doesn’t change that fact that PUBG remains a resource demanding game no matter what platform you play it on. To solve this, PUBG was also developed in a Lite version for Android users and owing to this, the interested players can play the game even on phones with low-end specifications. Like you would expect, there are some obvious cut-downs on the game and it doesn’t offer the full-fledged feel of the actual PUBG Mobile, so here are some of the features of PUBG Mobile Lite and how it is different from PUBG Mobile standard version.
The first thing that bears resemblance in PUBG Mobile Lite with the actual version of the game is the splash and login screen. The matchmaking screen on the PUBG Mobile Lite is also same the screen on PUBG Mobile.
The Difference in Players
The difference in the number of players is one of the striking differences between the PUBG Mobile Lite and the standard PUBG Mobile game. The PUBG Mobile, as you would expect, accommodates more players at one time and this number goes as high as 100 players at one time, that is not the case with PUBG Mobile Lite. In the watered down version of PUBG for mobiles, there are at max 40 players competing for Chicken Dinner at one time.
This is another difference between the PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite. While the PUBG Mobile offers tons of modes to the players, the players on PUBG Mobile Lite are limited to choosing from squad, duo and solo matches in TPP. Although in the coming days it is possible that Tencent might extend more modes to the PUBG Mobile Lite.
Graphics and Map
There is also some difference in the map and graphics of PUBG Mobile Lite, as the map on the game seems like it is an extract of the actual Erangel map. The graphics on the game have also been tweaked to be slightly less amped up to make the game smooth for lower specification smartphones.
To be easy on the phones that the PUBG Mobile Lite will run on, the game has been designed such that it comes in a miniscule 388MB package. On the other hand, the size of the actual PUBG Mobile is 1.8GB, thus making PUBG Mobile Lite the right choice for people aspiring to play the game on low storage.
Chakri is a go-to guy for your next smartphone recommendation. Back in his engineering days, he used to play with smartphones by installing custom ROMs and that passion got him into the tech industry. He still goes nuts about a smartphone knocking his door for review. Currently managing everything at Telecom Talk, Chakri is trying to master PUBG Mobile in his free time.