PUBG Lite Beta Pre-Registrations, Check Out If You Can Register For PUBG Lite Event On 11 July 


Check out if you can pre-register for PUBG Lite event.

Written By Tech Desk | Mumbai | Updated On:

PUBG Lite that introduces PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) experiences even on low-end computers is on its way from being unlocked as a beta in India. Pre-registrations have now started, even before the official PUBG Lite event that begins on July. 

In this juncture, do let us know if you have pre-registered to check out the game (open till 3 July) – which could be the most expected this year considering PUBG’s vast popularity in India. If you are new to the PUBG Lite platform, do check out the official PUBG Lite website to check and pre-register to test out the beta – which is participating in the PUBG Lite beta unlock event on 3 July. Once registered, you should potentially receive PUBG Lite beta unlocking information via email.  

At this point in time, there were reports of the game not offering the ability for gamers to pre-register. Now, it seems like these reported issues have been sorted out, meaning that if you are a PUBG Lite beta gamer you could pre-register to test out the beta version of the important battle-royale title. Hence, check out if you can pre-register or if you have pre-registered already, do share insights.  

For the uninitiated, PUBG Lite beta unlocks on your low-end computers as well only if you meet the below system requirements: 

  • Minimum operating system (OS) – 64-bit Microsoft Windows 7, 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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