The main player base of PUBG can be found on PC, and it’s no surprise. The PC version is an essential version of today’s game. However, throughout time, the game’s system requirements proved to be a bit too high for some gamers’ systems.
PUBG developers listened to their players’ complaints (including the fact that the game requires an extremely fast internet connection to play efficiently) and recently revealed a trailer for PUBG Lite, a version of PUBG for low spec systems, which can run on both PC and smartphones.
It’s obvious that by releasing a lite version of the game, developers are putting the sales of the original PUBG in danger because of how easy and fast PUBG Lite is to use. Its friendly user interface is smooth and light, even though it has some minor occasional glitches.
It’s certain that sales of the original franchise will diminish, but this is a very nice move from the developers! Thankfully, gamers on a budget can now enjoy the game smoothly on a regular internet connection and average computers.
PUBG Lite has better graphics than the emulator version of the game, which is just a pc version of the mobile game. Basically PUBG Lite is a combination of the PC version and the mobile version.
PUBG Lite requires hardware as powerful as the mobile emulator required.
PUBG Lite is available for free while the original game costs about $14, so it’s likely that lots of new players won’t even consider buying the original game regardless if their gaming rigs can optimally run it or not.
Daniel Kiss is the senior editor for News Lair. Daniel was working as a writer since he finished high-school, first for local papers then he started online, nowadays he likes to write about the latest games and tech innovations.