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F. ManassehSoftware Developer, B.E (Bachelor of Engineering), Tallahassee, Florida
Software Developer, B.E (Bachelor of Engineering), Tallahassee, Florida
Answered on Oct 08, 2019
Not really, rather, this is a new type of version that people can download on their less capable PC and some smartphone devices. PUBG requires a lot of memory and would also require newer graphic cards and RAM in order to work. The lite version is meant to stop the potential issues from occurring.
There are some changes when it comes to the graphics. For example, the graphics of PUBG lite is not as detailed as compared to the original version but the fact that this can be played without any lags and issues made people download this. This is starting to become available in different areas all over the world.
It is being speculated that PUBG Lite will replace PUBG PC that is played by being downloaded onto a PC. The PUBG Lite version is free but it is available in Thailand. It is also much slower so it is doubtful that it would be the preferred way to play. Still, there is a possibility. It appears to be an upscale version even though it is slower. It is unknown if it will ever make it to the Western World though. There are a few kinks to be worked out is one reason the game is free at present. It has fewer requirements as far as hardware in order to play it which is a plus.
It seems like if it is perfected, it could eventually replace the PC version but would fan really want that to happen?Those who want it to replace PC versions may not really know enough about it to make the call because it has not been available in the Western World, the free version, that is. As with all games, sometimes you just have to sit by and see what happens. There often is no rhyme or reason to it all.