PUBG Lite For PC To Arrive Soon On Steam
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds or PUBG launched for PC around two years ago. It has since been referred to as the gold standard as far as Battle Royale games are concerned. But, the game quite resources intensive and requires a high specced PC to run it smoothly. To ensure universal playability, the developer of the game, Bluehole Corporation launched the PUBG Lite for PC back in the month of January. The game was available in Beta for selected markets around the globe. In the latest March Dev Letter by the creators of the game, it was hinted that PUBG Lite for PC could soon be available in a stable version for more markets.
PUBG Lite For PC
In the letter by the game developers, it was announced that the PUBG Lite game is aiming for the regular PUBG Steam version, which is the core element of the game. It was also announced that through many platform services, verified functions are being added through which the players can enjoy the game more easily, with more convenience and in more diverse environments. This suggests that once out of Beta, the game will be available in more regions and also on Steam, which is a digital distribution platform developed by Valve Corporation for purchasing and playing video games.
The Beta update of the PUBG Lite for PC was released in limited locations on January 24 this year. It allowed computers with low-end hardware to run the acclaimed game at playable frame rates. The graphics are toned down to match the system requirements. To further enhance the experience, the following updates will be introduced in the stable build of PUBG Lite:
- New weapons and scopes
- More realistic gameplay
- An improved free reward system
- Smoother Parachute animations
- Better anti-cheat system
The aforementioned updates are aimed at making the experience of playing PUBG Lite better and more intuitive. Unfortunately, there is no information on when the stable update and a wider release of the game will be seen, or when it will arrive on Steam, but it is expected to release in the following weeks.