The free-to-play version for low-end computers of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, PUBG Lite, will close later this month.
Originally known as PUBG Project Thai, PUBG Lite is a version of the popular battle royale designed to run on very low-spec PCs and laptops. It was initially published in Thailand, but at the end of 2019 it was also released in other territories.
The closing of the servers is scheduled for April 29, but no specific reason has been given to explain this decision.
According to the statement posted on the official website, “We are deeply grateful for the passion and support of the amazing number of PUBG Lite fans who have been with us. We hope PUBG Lite has provided our fans with a fun way to stay safe during the grueling times of the COVID-19 pandemic. “
“Unfortunately, we have made the difficult decision to close the service after much deliberation, and the time has come for the journey to end. We regret to inform you that the PUBG Lite service will end on April 29, 2021. “
Until then, you can continue playing without problems, as well as spend all the in-game credits, including the L-COINs, that you have in your account.