PUBG Lite has a download size of 400MB, which can be easily downloaded even on 1GB per day data packs.
People with low-end PCs and mobiles with less memory, too, can now play their favourite game PUBG. After launching PUBG Lite for low-end PCs, the lighter version of PUBG Mobile is now available in India. PUBG Mobile Lite app is equipped to support smartphones with less than 2GB RAM and has a download size of 400MB, which can be easily downloaded even on 1GB-per-day data packs.
The India launch of the game comes almost a year after PUBG Mobile Lite made its debut on Google Play for users in Philippines. Indian users can now download the PUBG Mobile Lite from Google Play Store for free and start playing the game. According to Tencent Games, the game has been built with Unreal Engine 4, same as the PUBG Mobile, but it is more optimised for devices with less than 2GB of RAM.
It also comes with a smaller map made for 60 players, unlike the 100 in PUBG Mobile. The game also brings a few gameplay assists such as auxiliary aim assist, bullet trail adjustment with increased bullet speed, weapon recoil suppression and extended Time to Kill. The players will also be able to heal themselves while moving. The map quality has been optimised along with parachute loading screen to offer a smooth experience on old or low-end phones. Therefore, when a shooter shoots at you in close
proximity, the game will highlight his/her location on the mini-map. The Winner Pass replaces the Royale Pass and will have much faster achievement unlocks and span a month, with fantastic rewards on offer.
The India launch of the PUBG Mobile Lite coincides with an update for the game, which brings a new weapon RPG-7, new vehicle called Buggy and three new locations.