PUBG (Player Unknown’s Battleground) was introduced on mobile in 2017 and has since had over 31M downloads. Its popularity has spawned a ‘Lite’ version, which is intended to make the game more accessible to those without the storage or technical capacity for the higher spec game. Check out the main differences between PUBG Mobile and PUBG Lite below in our handy list.
PUBG Mobile vs PUBG Lite
|PUBG Mobile||PUBG Lite|
|Internal Storage Required||3.73GB||781MB|
|Min. Ram Required||3GB||2GB|
|No. of Players in Match||100||60|
|No. of Maps Available||4||2|
|No. of Modes Available||10||3|
|No. of Vehicles Available||17||6|
PUBG Lite is a really good alternative to PUBG Mobile for those with limited storage, or a low spec mobile device/smartphone. Although the graphics are not as sharp as they are on the regular mobile version, they are still perfectly adequate for the gameplay.
PUBG Mobile has many more settings to change and control, including a vast array of graphics settings to fiddle with, while PUBG Lite has very basic settings to alter. Both games have similar emotes to use, the only difference between them being the detailing and accuracy of movement. PUBG Lite has a more simplified look to it, but not so much that it changes the game to any real extent.
Generally, the gameplay is very similar but with lower graphics in the Lite version, and more detailed movement in PUBG Mobile. Check out the video below from Gaming Duniya on YouTube for a proper look at how the two versions of the game differ.
Players who enjoy PUBG on other platforms, or have used PUBG Mobile before would still get real enjoyment out of this lower spec version.
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