PUBG Lite is going to be a big deal

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PUBG Lite is going to be a big deal


PUBG Lite is going to be a big deal for the Indian audience as one of the biggest reasons for the popularity of the mobile version is affordability. A smartphone today is not very expensive, so the game is easy to access. PUBG Lite could spark a similar fire among PC users who don’t have high-end performance hardware but still want to experience the game. If you enjoyed this post and you would certainly such as to get even more details relating to Buy PUBG Mobile UC Top Up kindly check out the web site. While the official launch date has not been officially confirmed various discussions on Discord and social media channels suggest that the game could launch by the end of this month. There is a possibility that the game would launch during the Steam sale around June 25.

The official PUBG Lite Facebook page only states that “PUBG LITE will soon be expanding to India”, but there is no word from PUBG Corp regarding an exact release date. Talking about the availability, PUBG Lite has so far been available in a total of 15 countries after the first beta kicked off in Thailand earlier this year, with Brazil and Turkey being the most recent countries where the beta went live on May 23. As we mentioned, unlike the core PUBG game for PC, PUBG Lite will be free to play, but the players will first be required to get the official launcher that will later help them download and install the game files.

Along with his friends, Michael formed a clan called ‘Rogue Nation’ with other PUBG players from all over India. “My current clan members were from the opposite team and we mostly played against each other. But over time, we bonded because we could understand each other’s gaming strategies and were pitted against the north Indian PUBG players. Eventually, we formed a clan which is now one among the top clans at an all-India level,” he said.