PUBG Lite Beta In Two “Other” Regions Now, Offering Rewards For Players


PUBG Lite beta, that is hugely expected to come to India, is now expanding to more regions of the world

Written By Tech Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:

PUBG Lite beta, that is hugely expected to come to India, is now expanding to more regions of the world taking its coverage to more than 10 geographical regions. This is the watered-down version of the core PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) that has turned out to be popular in multiple countries of the world.  

Now, as per an official listing, if you live in the countries of Turkey and Brazil, you could play the test PUBG Lite beta that also introduces a new custom event successfully completing which would entitle you to the Tiger M416 weapon and the Cheetah Parachute. This event is already live and runs till 22 May 2019.  

Hence, do check out if you could access and play PUBG Lite beta within your computers in Brazil and Turkey. Here, you should remember that the new regions represent the first time in the history of PUBG Lite beta – for the game to have expanded into non-Asian regions. Earlier, witnessing the intense Asian focus, it was all but imminent that the beta variant of the game would roll out to Indian shores and globally.  

Now, keep in mind that even countries like Bangladesh, and Cambodia have received PUBG Lite beta; no India even now. For the uninitiated, PUBG Lite beta requires you to possess the below mandatory system requirements; do have these in place and check the game out: 

  • Operating System – Minimum Microsoft Windows 7 64-bit, Windows 10, and Windows 8 
  • Required graphics card - Intel HD Graphics 4000 graphics 
  • Minimum RAM – 4GB at least 
  • Minimum Processor – At least 2.4GHz Intel Core i3  
  • Hard disk storage required – At least 4GB. 

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