PUBG Mobile is notorious for high resource consumption making it almost unplayable on budget devices. To address this very same issue, the company behind the franchise introduced PUBG Mobile Lite, which is poised to run better on budget devices.
People having powerful enough hardware are suggested to stick with the original, but still could give the ‘Lite’ version of the game a try as it goes a lot easy on their hardware.
Hereare three reasons why you should to download PUBG Mobile Lite and give it a try on low and mid-tier devices.
Less Resource Consumption
As the name says, PUBG MOBILE is geared towards budget devices with less powerful hardware. The original PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is a resource-hungry title and fails to run properly on budget devices.
PUBG Mobile Lite, on the other hand, address this problem, providing access to even a larger set of population.
The original PUBG is a huge download and takes up a huge chunk of space on your phone’s memory. The Lite version of the very same game does not take as much of space on your phone, ensuring that there is enough room for all the other apps, as well.
PUBG Mobile Lite can host only up to 40 players instead of 100, but the matches take place on a smaller 2 km X 2 km island, which ensures that despite being host to a fewer number of players, the game is still fun, thanks to frequent encounters on a smaller island.
PUBG Mobile Lite is currently available on the Google Play Store for only a few select regions. People from other regions, however, could experience PUBG Mobile Lite by downloading an apk onto their phone.