PUBG Mobile Lite is a tuned-down version of PUBG Mobile optimized for low-spec devices.
It can run on smartphones or tablets with at least one GB of RAM, and it requires approximately 600MB of free storage.
The game was made with Unreal Engine 4, and it’s an entirely different game than PUBG Mobile. Players have to create a new account to play the game, and it even has different prices for in-game items, currency, and cosmetics.
PUBG Mobile Lite has its own entirely new maps named Varenga and Golden Woods. They can host up to 60 players.
Currently, the game is only available for Android devices. It can be downloaded via the Google Play Store, but we are here to present you to an alternative.
The developers introduced a quick and straightforward way of installing PUBG Mobile Lite if you don’t have access to Google Play or don’t want to use it.
These are the steps you must follow:
- Make sure that you have at least 600 MB of free storage.
- Go to the official PUBG Mobile Lite website (link here)
- Tap “APK Download.” The option is located right at the center of the screen; you can’t miss it.
- After the file downloads, open it and follow the steps provided by the installer.
If your device doesn’t let you install the app, it might be because you haven’t yet enabled installs from unknown sources. You can find that option in your device’s settings app.
That is all! You should now be able to play the game. You’ll notice how its graphics are slightly on the lower side, but the player movements and weapons return a similar feeling as the full-fledged game.
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