PUBG MOBILE LITE is a version of the successful PUBG Mobile created especially for lower-middle range Android smartphones. It offers practically the same gaming experience as its ‘big brother’, but taking up much less space in the handset’s memory. As can be expected, this version has less visual power and fewer simultaneous players.
The gameplay of PUBG MOBILE LITE is the same as the other versions of this battle royale game franchise. Your goal is to survive in a shrinking setting and be the last player standing. It won’t be easy. Luckily, there’s a good number of weapons, vehicles, and other equipment at your disposal. Use them wisely and try to defeat all your opponents.
This ‘lite’ version of PUBG Mobile only allows games of up to 60 players. Although it may seem like a drawback at first, that number is actually perfect for mobile devices. That’s because it lets you experience much faster and frenetic games, which instead of lasting around thirty minutes, last just under fifteen.
PUBG MOBILE LITE is an excellent game that manages to transfer all the excitement of PUBG Mobile to lower-range smartphones with less memory. We’re talking about a game that offers you exciting battles that you can take on alone or with friends, at any time and any place.
By Beatriz Escalante
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