No surprise! PUBG Mobile Lite is the most downloaded “new” game of the week on Google Play! And that without even being officially released. The game is the “light” version of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds for Android phones and is still in beta testing.
We play! PUBG Mobile Lite is light, but not as light as Free Fire
The new lite version of PUBG Mobile focuses on its direct competitor: Free Fire. The main objective of the version is to be lighter to the point of running on phones with up to 1 GB of RAM. Land where the competitor has a large advantage due to compatibility.
The secondary objective, of course, is to appear in the results of those who search for PUBG Mobile and end up running into Free Fire. It worked out. In less than a week of the beta test, the game is already the most downloaded of the week.
To better understand, keep in mind that many players just search for “PUBG” on Google Play, and as they had an incompatible cell phone, they came across Free Fire as the first result.
PUBG Mobile Lite isn't even working for most gamers, but what matters for Tencent right now is to stop the "confusion" and show people that the "lightweight" version is on the way.
On Google Play, PUBG Mobile Lite already has more than 100 thousand downloads in less than a month from Google Play, and less than two days from Google Play Spain. It is worth remembering that these numbers from the Google store are not in "real time", it may be that the game is already reaching 500 thousand downloads.
Link to Download on Google Play
Advertising: Yes | Online game
Contains built-in purchases: Yes
Requires Android 4.0
Language: English | Size: 240 MB
Fonte: Google Play