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How To Download And Install PUBG Lite In Any Country

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Bytes: PUBG Lite is a lightweight and slimmed-down version of the popular battle royale game – PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds that’s capable of running on PCs with less powerful hardware. It was first launched back in October last year as PUBG Project Thai and was available solely in, well, Thailand for testing – that too on an invite-only basis.

However, this closed project that was limited to 100 players has since been renamed to PUBG Lite and is now open to all users in Thailand. The core gameplay here remains the same, where 100 players drop on an island (currently just Erangel), grab some loot, and get down to fighting to be that last man standing.

  • Minimum PC Requirements:

OS: Window 7,8,10, 64bit
CPU: Core i3 clocked at 2.4GHz
RAM: 4GB
GPU: Intel HD Graphics 4000
HDD: 4GB

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  • Recommended PC Requirements:

OS: Window 7,8,10, 64bit
CPU: Core i5 clocked at 2.8GHz
RAM: 8GB
GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 660 or AMD Radeon HD 7870
HDD: 4GB

Well, now that you know what the requirements for this lightweight version of PUBG are, here are the steps you need to follow to install the game on your PC:

Steps to Download PUBG Lite on Your PC

1. Head to the PUBG Lite website via Google Chrome (so it automatically translates Thai into English for you to understand).

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2. You’ll need to do two things here: first, apply for a PUBG ID and second, download the PUBG Lite Launcher setup. So, let’s download the setup file.

3. It’s simple. Just click on the ‘Download’ button on the home page to go to download section, scroll down and click the orange ‘Download’ button to get the PUBG Lite setup. You can install it but don’t run it right away (why, you ask? more on this below).

3. Now, you need to click the ‘Apply for ID’ button on the top right and enter the required credentials to create your account. This is an important step as this PUBG ID will be required to log into the game.

4. Next, head to your email account and click the ‘Confirm to Register’ link to verify your PUBG ID. Voila!! You’ve completed the initial steps and are well underway to start playing in no time.

Steps to Install PUBG Lite on Your PC

  • Step 1: Get a VPN software

Moving on to the installation part, there’s one important thing you need to have in mind before you go ahead with the process. PUBG Lite (Beta) is only available in Thailand right now, so you would need a VPN to log in and play the game.

We had a premium copy of ExpressVPN lying around so we connected to the Thailand server.

If you’re not sure whether PUBG Lite will run smoothly on your PC or laptop and are hesitant to get a paid VPN service just for the game, we’d suggest you check out SaferVPN because it offers a 24-hour trial and a Thailand server. You’ll be able to install PUBG Lite and test out the gameplay via this VPN, for which you could then pay if you’re content with the experience.

  • Step 2: Install PUBG Lite for PC

You now have the PUBG Lite Launcher and VPN software available to you. The next step involves downloading the game itself and oh boy, it’s a long and tiring process. Here are the steps you need to follow to download PUBG Lite on your PC:

1. Open the VPN of your choice, switch to the Thailand server and start the service.

2. Now, if you’ve installed the PUBG Lite Launcher we had downloaded above, then open the same and you will be asked to log in with your PUBG ID. Don’t be intimidated by the Thai text, simply use the ID and password you had created before to log into the launcher.

3. Once you’ve logged in, the launcher will open and you will notice a huge orange button at the bottom left. It reads install (translated from Thai) and you need to click it to start downloading PUBG Lite on your PC. The file size is around 1.9GB and since you will be using a VPN, it can easily take a couple of hours depending on your speed.

Note: There’s an option to change the language to English at the top right, but it doesn’t seem to be working for most. You could, however, click on the drop-down at the far right top to see if you can switch the language.

4. Once the download is complete, just close the launcher. Yeah, close the PUBG launcher for now and I’ll tell you when to fire it up again.

Steps to Play PUBG Lite on Your PC

You may have downloaded PUBG Lite on your Windows PC, but we are still not ready to start playing the game just yet. If you try to play this lightweight variant of PUBG right away, the game will open but you’ll encounter a “Not yet available in your region” error. This is because the game is restricted to Thailand and it takes into account your system location, as well as timezone while initializing.

However, there’s an easy way to avoid the error by tweaking the Windows settings. So, let’s take a look at how to do just that:

1. First, you need to change the default location of your Windows PC. Assuming you are using Windows 10, navigate to ‘Settings -> Privacy’ and then ‘Location’ under the App Permissions section.

2. Now click on the ‘Set default’ button under the ‘Default Location’ option to change the location.

3. You will need to search for ‘Bangkok city, Thailand’ in the text box on the pop-up map, select the said location, and then click on the ‘Change’ button to modify the default location to Thailand.

4. After setting your default location to Bangkok, you need to set your PC’s time zone to the same location. So, navigate to ‘Settings -> Date & time’ and change the time zone to ‘(UTC+7:00) Bangkok, Hanoi, Jakarta’ from the drop-down menu.

5. Well, that’s all the steps you need to follow to start playing PUBG Lite on PC. Now, just power up that VPN, log into the launcher, and tap the orange button at the bottom left to see the game power up. Enjoy! Hope you get that Chicken Dinner!

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