PUBG Mobile Lite will Work Even on Budget Smartphones

Joanna Estrada
August 12, 2019

Created to work on smartphones with less than 2GB RAM, PUBG Mobile Lite is now available to download and play on the Google Play Store in several regions of Southeast Asia, South Asia, North Africa, and South America. This new version will likely only increase PUBG Mobile's already huge presence, especially when it becomes more widely available. The map was already made available for the PC version back in June this year and ever since PUBG Mobile fans have been eagerly waiting for its arrival on PUBG Mobile. To make shooting more accurate with weak network connections, PUBG Mobile Lite introduced improved assistance to the sight, the absence of the effect of bullets on shots over long distances and lower recoil of the weapon.

According to PUBG Corp., PUBG Mobile Lite is compatible with a greater number of devices and will soon be available in North America, Central America, and Europe, as well.

The app comes with an installation pack size of 490MB and it can be installed on devices that feature less than 2GB of RAM. In January, the PUBG Corp. began testing PUBG Lite, a free-to-play version of PUBG, with users in Thailand, and it has since expanded the test to regions in South Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America.

The very popular mobile game PUBG is soon getting an exciting update with Erangel 2.0 map. At this point in time, PUBG Mobile Lite reviews are mixed but mostly positive with scattered reports of bugs.

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