This is when free-to-play PUBG Lite shuts down • Eurogamer.web


“We’re deeply grateful for the eagerness from the PUBG Lite followers which were with us.”

The free-to-play, low-spec model of PUBG, PUBG Lite, will shut down on the finish of the month.

Initially generally known as PUBG Challenge Thai, PUBG Lite is a low-spec model of PUBG that enables gamers with primary PCs and laptops to entry the sport. It was first trialled in Thailand, earlier than rolling out to different territories a few years again.

Now, nonetheless, the free-to-play sport is being shut down on 29th April. No cause was given for the choice.

“We’re deeply grateful for the eagerness and assist from the astounding variety of PUBG Lite followers which were with us,” an announcement on the official web site explains. “Through the strenuous occasions of the COVID-19 pandemic, we hope that PUBG Lite was in a position to present our followers a enjoyable technique to keep secure.

“Sadly, we’ve got made the tough resolution to shut service after a lot deliberation and the time has come for our journey to finish. We regretfully inform you that service of PUBG Lite is scheduled to finish on April 29th, 2021 (UTC).”

It is possible for you to to proceed to play the sport and spend in-game credit as regular, together with the L-COIN that you have already got, proper up till the “termination time”.

For this April Fools’ Day, PUBG Corp launched an arcade-style minigame for PUBG the place you combat chickens, and it is known as POBG (quick for Playeromnomnom’s Battlegrounds). Gamers should shoot their method by means of “rooms” filled with chickens, who parachute from the sky and instantly begin firing semi-automatics in your path.

Should you missed the information first time round, don’t fret; whereas it is a limited-time minigame, you may entry it on PC up till 12th April, whereas console customers will be capable to play from Eighth-18th April.

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