Foundational battle royale game “PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds” (PUBG) has gone from computers to mobile phones and to consoles — and now it is going back to computers.
The mobile version, “PUBG Mobile”, launched as a free-to-play title with in-application payment options and October’s “PUBG Lite” incarnation is to do the same.
While the initial “PUBG” is notoriously system-intensive, its recreate is meant to run on computers with lower specifications and therefore give a drum sander expertise.
The phenomenon is that “PUBG Lite” has suggested system needs that square measure less than the minimum specifications suggested for “PUBG”.
Lower-powered Windows computers up to five or six years old should be able to meet minimum specifications — a 2.4 gigahertz Core i3 central processing unit that has Intel HD 4000 integrated graphics.
As it happens, minimum requirements for “PUBG Lite” are the same as those for the franchise’s great rival, “Fortnite”, which has been free from the start, boasting cross-platform play between computer, console and mobile platforms.
By distinction, “PUBG Lite” is given as a standalone adaptation of its precursor, tho’ that ought to not create an excessive amount of of a haul given the game’s world reach.
PUBG Corporation is encouraging early sign-ups with 2 in-game weapon skins given to people who pre-register by Gregorian calendar month. 8, with mystery in-game items offered, should registrations surpass 50,000; 150,000 and 300,000 milestones.
In addition to the classic 100-player battle royale, “PUBG Lite” will feature a brand new four-versus-four mode, placed within a deserted warehouse enclosed by previous shipping containers and vehicles.
As for monetization, “PUBG Lite” will be rolling out three kinds of season passes.
The free tier includes completable missions with in-game things as rewards; Premium and Premium and tiers bestow a lot of missions and a lot of rewards.