Free-to-play PUBG Lite Is Coming To PC
PUBG is one of the mot played Battle Royale styled games in the world. The game drops 100 players into a map where they fight against each other using weapons they pick up around the map to emerge victorious as the last man standing. The game is available in multiple platforms including PC, gaming consoles and Mobile. But for PC users, being a high graphics game, the minimum system requirements can be an issue. The game currently requires :
- 64-bit Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10
- Intel Core i5-4430 / AMD FX-6300
- 8 GB RAM
- NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 2GB / AMD Radeon R7 370 2GB
- DirectX Version 11
However, these requirements will only run the game in the lowest settings which isn’t enjoyable. In countries like India, Thailand etc, many don’t match the system requirements thus not being able to play the game. Many also choose not to buy the game. PUBG may be able to change that in the near future. PUBG is testing a free-to-play version of the popular game.
Minimum Requirement For PUBG Lite
This version can run on a lower graphics setting thus allowing gamers to be able to play on computers and laptops that are not equipped with high end graphics cards. Many laptops run on integrated graphics cards that may soon be able to run the game smoothly. The free-to-play game is supposed to have scaled down graphics. The game can be run on a minimum system requirement of i3 2.4 GHz, 4 GB RAM, Inten HD 4000 Graphics card and just 4 GB of hard drive space.
A player will be able to play Solo, Duo or Squad in TPP mode in PUBG Lite. PUBG Lite beta will contain the map Erangel for now. The game is already under BETA testing and will be out very soon. However, PUBG Lite is only available in Thailand for now. But we can certainly expect to see it in other Asian countries soon if the test goes well!