PUBG Mobile Lite ushered in its first anniversary, and it has received the update of 0.18.0. It brings many new features and game changes. The northwest side of the map of Varenga has been refurbished and newly excavated urban sites have been added. In the new update, there are new weapons, new arena maps, system updates, display improvements and other adjustments to PUBG Mobile Lite. Version 0.18.0 is available in the Google Play store and can be downloaded for free. For starters, PUBG Mobile Lite is a streamlined version of PUBG Mobile, designed for low-end mobile phones.
PUBG Mobile Lite 0.18.0 update
This update brings a revised version of the northwest side of the Varenga map. There are some new ruins on the map. After a few Easter eggs, these ruins finally enter the game. The tunnels in the southern mountains also have halls to explore in the mountains. Slow cable cars have also been added to the map, which can move from one location to another, and have a bird’s eye view of the area below.
The new weapons added in the PUBG Mobile Lite 0.18.0 update are the P90 submachine gun and MP5K submachine gun. P90 is dedicated to the arena game mode, and MP5K is part of the classic mode. Arena mode also integrates a vault function, a sliding function and a grenade indicator. Now you can add pistol accessories to the submachine gun. In addition, the M16 rifle can now be equipped with a buttstock.
As the game celebrates its first anniversary, the lobby background, spawning island and application icons in the game have also been changed accordingly. The daily mission system has been reformatted, and players can check their popularity rankings in statistics. Players will be able to view the 3D model display of vehicles, parachutes and aircraft finishes in the lobby, through the page and on the open screen. It also provides new gold exchange functions, special coupons and direct cash purchase functions.
PUBG Mobile Lite is available for free on the Google Play store, with the latest update, and the size is 564MB.
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