PUBG Mobile Lite For Low-End Smartphones Now Available for Download on Google Play Store

Tencent has launched the toned-down version of PUBG Mobile in India for owners of low-end smartphones with 2GB or less RAM

Highlights
  • There will be 60 players on the map in classic mode as opposed to 100 in PUBG Mobile
  • The game comes in a 491MB download package

PUBG Mobile is an insanely popular game in India, and there are no two thoughts about it, but what is also popular in India are low-end smartphones. It wouldn’t be hard to find the owners of budget phone buyers wanting to play PUBG Mobile in India on their devices and struggling to do so. However, finally, the owners of low-end smartphones will also be able to experience the game as Tencent Corporation has launched PUBG Mobile Lite in India. This launch comes almost after a month of launch of PUBG Lite beta version for PC which is a watered-down version of the game for low-end PCs. To recall, PUBG Mobile Lite was first introduced on Google Play Store of Philippines, and now finally it has made its way to India.

PUBG Mobile Lite Download Package, and Game Details

This toned version of the actual PUBG Mobile game is available on the Play Store, and users can go ahead and download the game on their device. As per Tencent, similar to the original game of PUBG Mobile, the PUBG Mobile Lite has also been built on Unreal Engine 4, but the game has been optimised to run on smartphones with less than 2GB of RAM. Another difference between the full-fledged game and this new version is in the size of the map as the PUBG Mobile Lite comes with a smaller map for 60 players, whereas the actual map in PUBG Mobile has 100 players in it.

It is also worth noting that the Indian launch of PUBG Mobile Lite in India comes at the right time, as Tencent is also pushing a new update on the same day which brings a new “RPG-7” weapon and a new vehicle “Buggy” along with three new locations on the game. It’s also notable that the number of players in the classic mode has been increased to 60, up from the previous limit of 40.

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Features of PUBG Mobile Lite

The company in its statement about the launch of PUBG Mobile Lite said, “With an installation pack of just 400 MB and built for devices having less than 2GB of RAM, the Lite version is set to run smoothly for all players,” it further added, “Keeping in mind that more than half of the smartphone users in India use an entry-level smartphone, the specifications that the Lite version of the game is designed to accommodate exactly that. New players joining in will be eligible for various rewards, in the form of new gears and vehicles.”

Users downloading the game should keep in mind that even though Tencent marks the size of the game at 400MB, the total downloadable size of the game comes out to be around 491MB. As for the features in the game, PUBG Mobile Lite will offer enhanced aim assist, a new Winner Pass instead of Royale Pass, bullet trail adjustment, and extended time to kill. Other features will include the ability to heal yourself while moving, map quality optimisation, location display for shooter within mini map’s range.

Also, the players on PUBG Mobile Lite will only get the option of choosing from two servers unlike six servers on PUBG Mobile, which would be Asia and South America. The game modes will also be limited to two – Classic and arcade and each of them come only with one map.

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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.

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