O PUBG Mobile Lite, lighter version of the popular PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, has just been released for Android in several countries in South America, Southeast Asia and the Middle East; the game received code modifications to run loosely on simpler smartphones. It was available in open beta in Brazil since last year.
In the mobile version, PUBG Mobile Lite follows in the footsteps of what happened with the PUBG Lite computers. On smartphones and tablets the game no longer occupies 1.6 GB and needs 490 MB, there is a kind of targeting assistance to help players who are on slower connections, and the total number of combatants on a map, which is four times lower in this version, it drops from 100 to 60 people.
Tencent, the developer responsible for adapting the game from PCs to mobile phones, guarantees that the game runs well even on Androids with 2 GB of RAM. In addition to being able to be played on a much larger number of mobile gadgets, the goal is to attack directly Fortnite, which has already been released with several automatic options that adjust the game for different types of hardware.
The game remains free in this version (which includes even the PUBG Lite PC) and can be downloaded from the Play Store from Brazil and several countries in South America, Southeast Asia and the Middle East, such as Chile, Argentina, Costa Rica, India, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Israel, Egypt and Tunisia.