Google Play has PUBG Mobile Lite. This is another mobile version of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, but it targets a broader list of smartphones and tablets “with less RAM.” According to the description, the PUBG Mobile Lite card is designed for 40 players (in the original – 100), the size is four square kilometers (in the original – 64). This “budget version” is also developed on the graphics engine Unreal Engine 4.
At the moment, PUBG Mobile Lite is available only from Philippine IP-addresses. To play from another place in the world, you need to install the application through Google Play, get a file and arm the VPN with the appropriate address.
The media suggest that PUBG Mobile Lite should become a more popular competitor to Fortnite, which yesterday, August 9, went on the selected smartphones and tablets Samsung Galaxy (in a few days, the owners will get access to other devices on Android).