Banned since September, online multiplayer battle royal game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds or PUBG Mobile was said to be preparing a return, but now with the launch of FAU-G, most gamers have shifted their focus on this game.
This news isn’t for Indian gamers as PUBG is banned in India. However, there is an update on PUBG Mobile lite, the toned-down version of PUBG Mobile and made for low-end devices requiring 600 MB of storage and 1 GB of RAM.
PUBG Mobile Lite developers have updated the game with new features and the latest iteration, i.e. 0.20.0, brought several new changes to the game.
Banned since September, online multiplayer battle royal game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds or PUBG Mobile was said to be planning a comeback, but now with the launch of FAU-G, most gamers have shifted their attention on this game.
In June, the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) banned 59 apps, followed by another 118 mobile apps banned in September, including Tencent’s popular video game PUBG. The 118 apps remain banned and no decision has yet been reached on them, suggesting that PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite will not be available in India soon.
Use the APK file to download the global version of PUBG Mobile Lite 0.20.0 to Android devices.
Players are required to visit the PUBG Mobile Lite and are asked to click the ‘Download APK’ option. The APK file download will begin soon. After downloading, players can enable the option ‘Install from unknown source.’ Next, locate and instal the APK file. After file installation, players can enjoy PUBG Mobile Lite on their Android devices. If players face an error saying there was a problem parsing the package, they should re-download the file and follow the above steps.