Earlier, if the players had to play PUBG on PC with a low configuration they had to use the emulator and install PUBG Mobile on it. Well, the system requirement for PUBG PC is quite high, so people with the normal spec laptops and PCs couldn’t play it. PUBG developers must have thought about it and launched the PUBG Lite Beta that can run on the low-end systems without any lag. Previously, the company came up with PUBG Mobile Lite that is only available in some of the countries.
The minimum requirements for PUBG PC are 64-bit Intel Core i5 with 8 GB RAM and 2 GB of Graphics Card either of NVIDIA GTX 960 or AMD Radeon R7 370, and 30 GB of space for the installation. The PUBG Lite in comparison has a lot less requirement, the minimum requirements are 64-bit Intel i3 2.4 GHz with 4 GB RAM and Intel HD 4000 (and above) graphics card, and 4 GB of space for the installation whereas the recommended specifications required is 64-bit Intel i5 2.4 GHz with 8 GB RAM and Nvidia GeForce GTX 660 or AMD Radeon HD 7870 graphics card, and 4 GB of space for the installation.
The PUBG Mobile is gaining a lot of popularity but the gaming experience that you get on a PC is something else. We all remember playing games like Counter-Strike, Fortnite, Far Cry and more on the computer and the experience is incomparable. With this, even the gamers who cannot afford a high-end system can install this free-to-play game.
Yes, unlike PUBG PC the Lite version is free. Bluehole has compromised with some of the features to make it compatible with the low-end devices but the experience you will get is way better than playing on the emulator. With the coming updates, they will be trying to make it as good as PUBG PC. The game is available for the people in Thailand only, but we will see the game in the other countries soon. You can try VPN to play the game in your country right now.