PUBG’s free, low-spec edition is shutting down

The less graphically-serious option is not, at this point accessible for download.

Two years prior, PUBG Corp started testing a lighter, free form of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds that’d run on less amazing equipment. However, presently, PUBG Lite’s distributer is reassessing, closing down the game’s workers one month from now.

Krafton, the distributer administering PUBG Lite turn of events, posted a proclamation on the game’s site reporting the conclusion. Beginning today, PUBG Lite is not, at this point accessible for download, with the workers at last going disconnected on April 29th.

“We are profoundly appreciative for the enthusiasm and backing from the dumbfounding number of PUBG LITE fans that have been with us. During the difficult occasions of the COVID-19 pandemic, we trust that PUBG LITE had the option to give our fans a pleasant method to remain safe.

“Tragically, we have settled on the troublesome choice to close assistance after much thought and the opportunity has arrived for our excursion to end. We remorsefully advise you that help of PUBG LITE is booked to end on April 29th, 2021 (UTC).”

Altogether isolated from the center PUBG customer, with its own advancement group and workers, PUBG Lite accompanied boundlessly lower suggested equipment prerequisites. The game was first tried in Thailand, prior to growing to choose different nations, and in the end included the Erangel, Sanhok, Bodie, and Vikendi maps. Of course, there was no cross-play with standard PUBG, yet it was an important alternative for people without the graphical torque to run the requesting base game.

PUBG itself is as yet continuing forward, as of late adding Metal Gear-style Fulton inflatables for yeeting your crew. However, while it never got a similar measure of affection, it’s as yet a disgrace to see the more available customer flame out this way.