PUBG Mobile Lite Game’s Detailed Review
For a more traditional (and more realistic) battle royale game, there’s PUBG Mobile. Just like Fortnite, it offers the same experience as the console and PC versions, with impressive visuals and exciting gameplay.
This game also offers multiple maps, realistic weapons, and a slew of vehicles to help you get around. You can play solo or team up with friends on iPhone SE or later, and it’s completely free if you avoid the extra (and unnecessary) skins.
This game was released in India and I am here with the initial print review of PUBG Mobile Lite. For those who do not know, the game is a light version of the successful Mobile game.
Compared to PUBG Mobile, PUBG Mobile Lite only has a download file size of 500 MB and is designed to run on smartphones with only 2GB of RAM. It is published by the Chinese company Tencent Games, which is also behind PUBG Mobile (original) and Call of Duty Mobile.
So, without wasting time, here is our first review of PUBG Mobile Lite impressions:
PUBG Mobile Lite will run on any smartphone with 2 GB of RAM and a decent processor. The game only requires 500 MB of storage. For comparison, the larger map of the original PUBG Mobile requires 403 MB of space.
As we will see in the PUBG Mobile Lite review, the game goes back in a series of features of the original game. PUBG Mobile Lite was launched to attract a large audience that lagged due to the absence of a powerful smartphone.
first, look at graphics and settings
The first thing you’ll notice in PUBG Mobile Lite is gradient colors and graphics. In the PUBG Mobile Lite configuration menu, there is no Graphics tab and you cannot change the game images.
As a result, the textures of the characters and surrounding areas look very low in quality. In general, in the settings menu, there are fewer tabs to play.
The language option in the configuration offers seven languages compared to 13 languages in the original PUBG Mobile.
In PUBG Mobile Lite there is no option to choose pairing or chat language in the setup menu. While both options are present in the original PUBG Mobile.
Other changes in PUBG Lite include the absence of the “Clan”, “Crew” and “Armory” options; instead, there are “Season”, “Classification” and “Inventory” tabs available.
Also, instead of the Royal Pass, the PUBG Mobile Lite presents Winners Pass that gives players additional loot prizes.
PUBG Mobile Lite has two game modes, namely “Classic” and “Arcade.” In the classic mode, which can include up to 60 players, there is currently only one map available, which is called Erangel. In Arcade mode, the only map that is unlocked in Level 10 called War is available again.
In the original PUBGMobile, there are three modes and several different maps. I hope that the small list of PUBGMobile Lite will increase in the future as the number of people begins to join.
Let’s talk about real gameplay now.
The playability of PUBGMobile Lite consists of the same game mechanics as the original game. The graphics look a bit boring and the colors look a bit faded, but the general controls are quite similar.
A notable difference between PUBGMobile Lite and the PUBGMobile game was the absence of a quick chat option in the Lite version.
There were also some notable technical problems in the game. As I moved inside a building I could notice the shadows that crossed the ceiling inside the room. This technical problem is serious, as it could reveal your position to any other player within a particular building.
Apart from that, all other game functions work similarly to the original version of PUBGMobile. All vehicles, weapons and other items are present in this version of the game.
There is also bad news for all those players who like to play on international servers. PUBGMobile Lite only has two servers available, namely in Asia and South America. Compare it with the original Game, which has six servers located in North America, Europe, and the Middle East, and will begin to notice the lack of a good player base.
Other major game changes include:
- Ability to heal while moving
- Longer time to kill
- Increased bullet damage
- No bullet drop effect
- The shooter is exposed within the reach of the minimap
- Booty Increased
PUBG Mobile Lite: Conclusion of first impressions
PUBGMobile Lite by Tencent gaming is an attempt to steal the constantly expanding player base of smartphone players. The lower system requirement of the game ensures that, regardless of the smartphone, the user can play the game without any inconvenience.
In its current state, PUBGMobile Lite lacks some important features, such as graphics settings and some good quality maps. However, the changes that PUBGMobile Lite brings with it could ultimately mean success in favor of the game.