Update – 25-January-2019
Free PUBG Lite Version Launched for Low-End PCs and Laptops
PUBG is coming to PC for free and you will be able to download and play the free version of the game in the coming days. The announcement has come from PUBG official website and it is a confirmed update.
PUBG is the most popular game on mobile and thankfully it is free but if you wish to play on PC you need to buy it from Steam, paying Rs. 999. But now the company is launching a free lite version of the game for the PC gamers which will soon be available for download.
The game is made to work with low Specs PC and Laptops even without a dedicated graphics card. PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS minimum and recommended specifications are provided below.
You need an Intel Core i3 Processor with 4 GB ram to run the game on your laptop or pc.
The recommended requirements for the game is an Nvidia GTX 660 or the AMD HD 7870 with an Intel Core i5 processor and 8 GB ram.
Ideally, the game will easily work if you have a PC with a discrete GPU and even if you are running an old processor like the FX 6300 or the FX4100 you should be able to play the game with ease.
You will be able to play Solo/Duo/Squad in TPP mode in PUBG LITE on the Erangel Island Map in the game.
The open test for the game is starting from 24th January 2019 and soon the company will share the link to download the PUBG lite for PC. I was looking for the download link for the game, so far not able to find it.
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Update – 28-Sept-2018
PUBG is the Most Played Game on PC
PlayerUnknown’s Battleground has broken many records, which includes beating the DOTA 2 and Counterstrike GO.
The game had 1,348,374 concurrent players playing it on this Saturday (16th September) which is the highest record for concurrent players on any game, in the current month based on the Steam Stats Info.
There were 1,295,114 and 854,801 concurrent players who were playing DOTA 2 and Counterstrike Global Offensive at the same time. Also, Gamers have played the game for more than 395 million hours in the last 30 days.
If we just convert these hours to years, it is 45000 years of playing games which is a staggering number. It means 4500 people were playing the game for 10 years straight. How much time is that !! Bewildering !!!
The Game has sold more than 10 million copies so far after its early access launch in March 2017. PlayerUnknown’s Battleground is a massively multiplayer online battle royale game where up to 100 players jump from a plane on an island and are divided into different teams.
The players explore the island for supplies and weapons and objective for them is to kill the opponent players. With the passage of time, the free area on the island becomes less, and players come closer in open spaces for quicker encounters.
The developer Bluehole never thought that the game will become an incredible success and will beat the popular gaming titles. However, they created something which is loved by PC gamers and is topping the stat charts on steam.
The game is available for 29.99 or Rs. 999 for Indian gamers to buy from Steam. The price is also not very high, and it makes for an excellent title you may consider to add to your pool of games.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Now Supports Nvidia ShadowPlay Highlight
Nvidia has announced that they are collaborating with the popular game developer BlueHole Inc, the team behind the PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.
Now Gamers with Nvidia GTX Graphics card powered PC will be able to record the Best Game Moments automatically. The new update is applicable to the popular game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. The game now supports the Nvidia ShadowPlay highlights technology.
Nvidia ShadowPlay Comes to PUBG
How Does ShadowPlay Works in PUBG
For starters, the Nvidia ShadowPlay Highlights will automatically record the best in-game moments. Like the killing streaks or best achievements in the game. There is no need for the player to initiate or stop the recording in the Shadowplay. Insanely simple way to record your popular moments.
Additionally, it can be really great for PRO gamers who want to showcase some of the best movements in the game to followers on Twitch or Facebook / Youtube. Besides, the PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is still in early access and has built huge popularity on steam.
Furthermore, it is the second more played game globally after Dota 2. And has even crossed Counter-Strike: Go in popularity. Recently, the game recorded 600,000 concurrent players on steam which is a record.
To that end, the Game has quickly become popular among the PC gamers globally. And as the full launch approaches more optimizations are done to enhance the gameplay and experience.