Krafton says the developers are deeply saddened by this difficult decision. He told the players in the announcement that they would be able to play the game normally until termination and use their remaining L-COIN in-game credits.
There is disappointing news for PUBG Lite players. PUBG Lite, the light version of Players Unknown Battleground (PUBG), designed for systems with low-end specifications, will be discontinued from April 29 onwards. The developers gave this information through a fan post. Player support will end on May 29. The announcement was made a day after the lite. pubg.com webpage was closed. Those who have the game installed in their system will be able to continue playing the game and spend the in-game credits normally until termination. Publisher Krafton has not given a reason for this plan to permanently shut down the game.
- PUBG Lite service will be discontinued by April 29
- Player Support will be closed by 29 May
- PUBG Lite game was designed for low-end PC systems
The developers had closed the webpage of PUBG Lite before the announcement. According to the notice of service termination (termination of service) on the official website, no new update or download will be available now. However, those who already have the game installed on the system will be able to play the game till April 29, 5 am (10:30 am Indian time). In addition, player support for the game will also be discontinued from May 29.
Krafton says the developers are deeply saddened by this difficult decision. He told the players in the announcement that. they would be able to play the game normally until termination and use their remaining L-COIN in-game credits. It has also been reported that PUBG Lite’s. Facebook page will continue to run even after the game service is shut down. The company discontinued the L-COIN (paid cash) top-up system in November last year and became a completely free game. Due to this, all the content and items in this game were made free from November.
Let us tell you that Krafton is making vigorous efforts to bring back the banned PUBG Mobile game in India. Chinese tech giant (Tencent) Tencent recently stated that PUBG’s mobile version, PUBG Mobile, has garnered over 1 billion (1 billion) downloads outside China, making it one of the most successful mobile games worldwide.
This news was taken from ndtv.com
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