Step-down PUBG Mobile Lite as addictive as the original
The game has been designed for entry-level Android phones, running on 2GB or lower memory
The game takes up around 600 MB of space after installation and is free to download and play
New Delhi: The highly-awaited Mobile Lite version of PlayerUnknown’s Battleground, better known as PUBG, is finally available on Google Play Store. Designed for entry level Android phones, running on 2GB or lower memory, the game takes up around 600 MB of space after installation, unlike the original that requires more than three times that.
The game is free to download and play. The app has a store where users can get designer outfits and random gift boxes. These micro transactions start at ₹75 and can cost up to ₹4,000.
The Lite game is built on the same Unreal Engine 4 and doesn’t differ much from the original. Everything from landing on the island of your choosing to scavenging for weapons and shooting off others works on similar lines, so anyone who has played the original will be familiar with the rules of engagement and controls. For instance, you can chat with team members, choose crosshair colour, and map the controls according to your convenience. The handy control options peek and fire which adds sniper like capabilities to any weapon are available in the new game too.