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PUBG Mobile Lite Launched For Android – But It’s Not What You Expect

PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, or PUBG is the revolutionary game in smartphone gaming industry. This game increased the popularity of gaming in smartphones, as well as popularity of it’s PC version. Few weeks later they launched a Lite version of PUBG for PC so that users with low-end machines can also play the game. Now today they launched PUBG Mobile Lite for low-end smartphones.

 

This Lite version can be playable on smartphones having low hardware like older Snapdragon 400 series processors, 2GB or 1GB RAM, and low storage smartphones. But, let me tell you all very honestly, this game is not worth to download. This game is nothing but just a very easy version of regular PUBG. This is so easy that even a 3 year old kid can play easily. The Classic Mode has total 60 players, and apart from you most of them will be bots (or computerized players). So the game will be so easy to play that you will start feeling to get bored after 5 minutes of gameplay.

There’s no graphic setting option, maybe because the graphics are already set to lowest and as this is Lite version, the developers don’t want to disturb the performance. There’s only 1 Map on both classic and arcade mode i.e. Erangal. In classic mode the number of players is reduced to 60, as compared to 100 players in regular PUBG. The playing area is also smaller. The weapon options are also limited, and in all drops, we get only RPG Missile.

 

So that’s all the information we have as of now. This game can be useful for kids, as it won’t give any stress or pressure on their mind. But for us it’s nothing but a waste of time and internet data. But, if you want you can try it by downloading the game. What are your experience and thoughts on PUBG Mobile Lite? Let us know in the comment section below. Also stay tuned with us for more information.

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