PlayerUnknown’s Battleground game will now be available in a toned-down version in India, called the PUBG Lite, the lighter version of core PUBG will be compatible with lower-end computers and laptop to make the gaming experience seamless for everyone irrespective of the device they own.
In a bid to cater to those who use low-end hardware and expand its user base, Chinese tech giant Tencent is set to bring a “Lite” version of its popular online game PUBG (PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds).
PUBG Lite is already available in places like Hong Kong, Taiwan, Brazil and Bangladesh, but the PUBG India Facebook page has now confirmed that this version is coming to India soon.
The company has also started accepting the registration that will continue until 11:59 pm (IST) July 3, 2019, on its official website. Early birds to PUBG Lite will be entitled to get free skins and other rewards once the version is released.
How to register for PUBG Lite
- Head to PUBG Lite pre-registration link, click here
- Click on the “Participate Event” button.
- A pop-up window will open that will ask you the way you want to register. Tap on “link your Facebook account” option.
- You will be successfully registered
- Once you register, an event code will be sent to your registered email ID on 11 July. The code can be used to redeem the skin and rewards you get.
After registration, the early birds will get rewards that include a Tiger-finish M416 skin, and a Cheetah pattern parachute skin. Besides this, when pre-registration hits 100,000, the users will get punk glasses, black scarf, and bloody combat pants while at 200,000 you will get a yellow striped long-sleeved shirt, gold PUBG scarf, and a red sports top.
Since the registration code will be sent to you on July 11, the PUBG Lite could be released in the country sometime around the same date. PUBG Lite will then be made available for download through the official page.
According to a new report from mobile app intelligence firm Sensor Tower, Tencent’s revenue from PUBG Mobile and its new version, Game For Peace, crossed $4.8 million a day in May, becoming the worlds top grossing mobile app.