first_imgThere’s no denying that PUBG is one of the best online shooting games you can play these days – whether its the mobile or the PC version. The idea of a hardcore battle royale game that invites smart skills to survive and win among a group of 100 players is simply an unbeatable proposition for gamers. So far, in order to play PUBG, players had to either resort to the watered-down version on mobile devices or opt for the PC version that requires an expensive gaming-spec laptop. Not anymore though as soon you may be able to play PUBG on any laptop with low-end specifications.Last year, the PUBG team introduced a lighter version of the game by the name of PUBG LITE. The idea behind PUBG LITE is to offer the full PUBG experience to players on low-end laptops. In order to do that, PUBG LITE get optimised graphics and gameplay features to make it work on basic laptops with no graphics card or higher RAM capacity. To make it more accessible, the game will be available for free to everyone.For a long while, the game has been available in beta in a few Southeast Asian countries and there has always a been arising demand for this game in countries such as India where PUBG is the current trend. Complying with the demands, the PUBG LITE team is extending the PUBG LITE beta program to India. The registration for the game has been opened up and interested players will be able to register until July 3.advertisementAlthough the registration has begun for the game, it’s isn’t yet available for download – the first few players will get the invite to download the game soon. Over the course of time, PUBG LITE beta will be rolled out to everyone who registered for the beta.Interested players can log into PUBG LITE’s website and create an account for free. If you already have an account registered with PUBG, all you need to do is log in. Once logged in, users will need to click on the ‘Participate in Event’ button, following which the website asks the players to link the account with existing accounts on Steam, Xbox and PS4.For those players who will be opting to register for the beta, the PUBG team will be giving several in-game prizes. The Tiger M46 and the Çheetah parachute are on offer for everyone. For 100k registrations, PUBG will award Black Scarf, Punk Glasses and Bloody Combat Pants. Upon crossing the 200k registrations, players will be given Gold PUBG scarf, Striped Long-Sleeved Shirt and Red Sports Top. All these rewards will be given in-game via codes that will be mailed to the players.PUBG LITE has very minimum system requirements. All players require to play PUBG LITE has a computer that at least has an Intel Core i3 processor, 4GB RAM, 4GB HDD space and at least Intel HD Graphics 4000. Better results can be achieved with a dedicated GPU and a Core i5 processor.ALSO READ | PUBG LITE Beta registration begins in India: Early access, exclusive weapons, parachutes and more on offerlast_img

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