PUBG Lite, the free-to-play version of Playerunknown's Battlegrounds is coming to Europe on 10 October 2019 it's been officially announced by the developer PUBG Corp.
After a successful tour across South Asia, South America, the Middle East and North Africa since the start of 2019, the free-to-play version of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, PUBG Lite is finally coming to Europe. The developers PUBG Corp have officially announced the release date, which is set for 10 October 2019.
PUBG Lite is a standalone game, completely separate from PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds and it's primarily made for players with slow PCs. Obviously, it looks much worse than the beautiful original but it can be played on low-end laptops and integrated graphics cards, which is the whole point of this downgraded version.
Also, PUBG Lite gets updates later but for zero bucks, players probably won't mind it. After it's debut in Thailand in January 2019, PUBG Lite will hit European countries including the United Kingdom, Germany and Russia with an open beta test. You can check the full list of countries that will get to play the beta on 10 October 2019 on PUBG Lite website.
PUBG Lite is a game created for slow PCs but still, there are system requirements that you'll have to meet if you want to play the game. The minimum required CPU is Core i3 Dual-Core while Intel HD 4000 integrated graphics card will be the bare minimum you'll need to run the game. Furthermore, 4GB of RAM is listed under minimum while recommended specs include Intel Dual-Core CPU, but this time, it's an i5 with faster clocks and Nvidia GeForce GTX 660 or AMD Radeon HD 7870.
If you can't wait to play PUBG Lite, visit the official website as PUBG Corp have rolled out pre-registration for launch in new regions. Users who sign up before 6:00 AM on 08 October 2019 will receive a free M416 and AKM weapon skin. The launcher is also available for download so you have everything up and running once the servers go live.