PUBG Lite Beta Now Live, With A Catch: Check Out System Eligibility

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PUBG Lite brings the core PUBG experience onto low-end computers.

Written By Tech Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:

The PUBG Lite version which lets you play the game even on significantly low-end machines is now live in a beta variant. In case you reside in Thailand, do check for the PUBG Lite as the game has been made live in the geographical region; your feedback to PUBG Lite beta would determine if the game could go to other regions as well.

PUBG Lite takes the core PUBG experience to low-end systems; and in case you are desirous of checking out the beta variant (in Thailand), do ensure to meet the system requirements given below:

System requirements for PUBG Lite beta:

  • OS - 64-bit Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10
  • Graphics - Intel HD Graphics 4000 card
  • RAM - 4GB
  • Processor - At least a 2.4GHz Intel Core i3
  • Hard disk storage - 4GB.

In tandem with the above, the maps that would be playable are Erangel that takes you to a fictional place (island) within the Black Sea. Playable game modes are Squad, Duo, Solo in the Third-Person Perspective mode.

“Since last October, we’ve been running multiple focus group tests in several SEA regions and are excited to now open up this beta test,” stated PUBG Corporation in an official blog post.

In other PUBG-related updates, the much-expected zombies mode is now rumoured by a renowned game tipster to be seeded with the update 0.11.0 during the early part of February 2019. Early adapters should keep in mind the fact that the zombies mode was born as a result of a crossover between PUBG Mobile and Resident Evil 2. In the zombies mode, newer weapons are also speculated to make their way to PUBG Mobile. Once this is enabled, players would be able to kill both humans as well as zombie in-game characters. The zombies mode could also potentially introduce increased gore into PUBG Mobile as far as gameplay content is concerned.

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