Blue Hole and PUBG Corporation are working on a lighter version of PUBG, Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds for PCs, Tablets, and Notebooks running Windows 7, 8, and 10. This version is suitable for players who have a computer without a dedicated graphics card (“weak PCs “) But want to run the original game on their computers.
NOTICE! This is not about PUBG Mobile or Emulators. This is the full version of the PC game, but with reduced graphics. It is not yet known if the game will be released for free, but everything indicates that yes.
This new version is being developed especially for the Thai market. The name of the game, for now is PUBG Project Thai. It is not known if it will be released in the rest of the world.
The game is under trial for a limited time. The beta of the new PUBG Leve, started on October 4 and goes until tomorrow (10).
What are the Mminimum Requirements to run the light version of PUBG for PC
The minimum requirements for running this lightweight version of the game are:
- Windows 7 or higher.
- Core i3 with 4 GB of RAM.
- Intel Graphics GPU 4000 or higher.
- 4 GB of internal space (only 2GB for download).
Official site: https://project-thai.pubg.com
Link to register for the beta: https://project-thai.pubg.com/apply/
Link to download the game: https://lpc-dl.playbattlegrounds.com/installer/PUBG-ProjectThai-Setup.exe
This is good news for PC users, but mostly for Notebook users who do not want their handheld devices to “catch fire” during a Battle Royale game. Despite the minimum requirements, the game runs on even weaker handsets.
Mobile version of PUBG converted to PC?
This new PUBG for computers, it seems, is the mobile version, adapted for DirectX. No emulation (for those who do not know, Tencent Gaming Buddy is an Android emulator). In addition to the assets that are very reminiscent of the mobile version, the new PC game has some elements of the mobile version, for example, the auto collection of items.
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