PUBG Mobile Lite Review: How is it Different from the original Game

Admin, Thursday, September 5, 2019
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PUBG Mobile Lite Review: How is it different from the original game and know what is the difference between the two

Users had been waiting for a long time for the PUBG Mobile Lite version to come to India. The game better known as PUBG has been made available on the Google Play store in India 3 days ago and now it has been included in the list of top free games. Made for entry-level smartphones, this game works on smartphones with 2GB or less memory. The game takes up 600MB of space for installation. Its original version takes 3 times the space.

The game is available for download and play for free. The app also has a store from where users can grab designer outfits and random gift boxes. These transactions can start from Rs 75 and go up to Rs 4000. The Lite game is made on the same Unreal Engine 4. There is not much difference between this game and the original game. Everything works the same, from landing on the island to finding weapons and the rules of control. Therefore, anyone who has played the original game will know the controls and rules. For example: You can chat with team members, choose a crosshair color, and the map can be controlled according to yourself.

The new game can be called inferior in terms of graphics. It does not have good graphics compared to the original game and does not have multiple graphics settings. This means that users cannot change the settings according to the configuration of their smartphone. Maps in it are small. Also 60 players can participate in the game. At the same time, its number is 100 in the original. You can also play alone and pair with others and play in the team.

PUBG Mobile Lite has become very popular among mobile gamers. This is the reason that this game has come in the top rank in India in 3 days on Google Play Store. Its Lite version takes less space, but requires a 4G connection. The original game has the option of low-graphics settings, but it still consumes more than 2GB of storage. However, in the Lite version, users are unable to enjoy large maps and long matches.

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