PUBG Mobile Lite Launches in Select Regions
PUBG Mobile Lite, a less resource-intensive version of PUBG Mobile, launched on the Google Play Store on Thursday in Southeast Asia, South Asia, North Africa and South America.
PUBG Mobile Lite has a download size of 490 MB and can run on mobile devices with less than 2GB of RAM.
To compensate for the lower hardware requirements, PUBG Mobile Lite runs a smaller map with up to 60 players rather than the 100 players typical to PUBG on other platforms.
PUBG Mobile Lite includes several features to account for weak network connections. Among those features are an enhanced aim assist, increased bullet speed, removed bullet drop, decreased weapon recoil and the ability to heal while moving.
Time to kill is higher in PUBG Mobile Lite than in other versions of the game, and players will appear on the mini map when they fire a gun.
Developer Tencent Games and publisher PUBG Corp plan to expand PUBG Mobile Lite to Europe, North America and Central America soon.
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