After PUBG Lite for PC made its official launch in India, providing more netizens a chance to meet the pleasure of this battle royale phenomenon, Tencent Games is now aiming to attract more mobile games. PUBG Mobile Lite has now introduced in India, providing a softer and fewer resource-intensive version of the game that’s developed for low-end devices.
PUBG Mobile Lite first discovered the smoothing of time assist in August last year. They originally made it possible just in the Philippines but has already been extending its approach to higher locations. Well, PUBG Mobile Lite has eventually reached in India now to grant users with entry-level phones with less RAM and storage to have a shot at catching the Chicken Dinner.
PUBG Mobile Lite has a load size of around 400MB, as declared by Tencent in their official blog post. but, the size could alter from device-to-device as it was a 490MB when I loaded it on my Nokia 7 Plus. This is impressive as it’s just “one-fourth the overall size” of the official PUBG Mobile game. The game is developed for phones having less than 2GB RAM and for low connectivity areas.
There’s seemingly a lot of disputes between PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite games, with the most noticeable one being that lighter version players won’t match with an original mobile game player. You have both the classic and arcade mode (commonly the War option) on offer, where you can either match a solo, duo, and squad matches. Also, you can simply play in TBP mode and there’s no choice to play in FBP mode.
The smaller version of the game has only 60 participants (an increase over 40 players match we got in the original release) in parachute onto a 2 x 2 map named Erangel. It soon did not have a name and came out to be part of PUBG’s original Erangel map, so calling this map Erangel itself isn’t false. There’s hardly a particular map onboard right now.
The gameplay style continues the same yet. You have to explore for firearms, ammo or medication, attack the other 59 players to be the last man standing. The games are faster-paced, so expect some quick close-quarter combat, and finishes up to 10 minutes because of the smaller map. You should pick up all the same weapons, attachments, and all other perks.
Tencent further leads on to reveal about some notable features of PUBG Mobile Lite, revealing how they’ve enhanced aim assist to make it simpler for users to take down enemies. This game still owns a revamped Royale Pass called Winner Pass, and it’s simpler to unlock newer perks in this championship.
The bullet mechanics have also been cut down. PUBG Mobile Lite includes faster bullet velocity, no bullet shot, suppressed shudder, and an extended time to execute enemies. This means you will need to kill more shot than usual in a firefight and you can heal too while moving, which is awesome.
We are going to spend the next few hours testing out PUBG Mobile Lite and offer our fair opinion on the same really soon. Until then, go ahead and download this game from the Play Store right here. Also, let us know your opinions in the comments below.