The developer announced that PUBG Lite, a free adaptation of PUBG, allows people without high-end gaming hardware to play the popular Royal Royal title, and the game will be discontinued on April 29. Player support will end on May 29. The announcement was made on the second day after the lite.pubg.com webpage was closed. Those users who have installed the game in the system will be able to continue playing the game and consume the points in the game as usual until the end time. The publisher Krafton did not give any reason for the closure.
According to the “Service Termination Notice” on the official website, the PUBG Lite team stated that the game’s web page has been closed and will no longer provide new download content. However, users who have already installed the game on the system will be able to continue playing the game until 5 AM UTC (10:30 AM U.S. Standard Time) on April 29th. In addition, from May 29th, support for the game will no longer be provided to players.
“After careful consideration, we made the difficult decision to close the service and it is time to end our journey. The notification shows that you will be able to continue playing the game and consume the points in the game as usual, including the L-COIN you already own , Until termination. The team also stated that even if the game service is terminated “until further notice”, PUBG Lite Facebook will still be open. The company has terminated the L-COIN (cash payment) recharge system and became 100% in November last year Free games. This makes all game content and items free.
Meanwhile, the developers of PUBG Mobile, which is still banned in India, are trying to bring it back. Chinese tech giant Tencent recently stated that PUBG Mobile is a mobile version of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG), which has been downloaded more than 1 billion outside of China, making it one of the most successful games in the world.
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