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The free-to-play version of PUBG will be closed

The free-to-play version of PUBG will be closed on April 29, 2021.

 

The free-to-play version of PUBG: PUBG Corporation announced that they will close PUBG Lite at the end of April 2021. They did not give the reason behind the closure but they stated that the closure process had already started.

On March 30, 2021 (UTC), the official PUBG Lite website (lite.pubg.com) will be closed. Players can no longer download PUBG Lite. Whereas on 29 April 2021, the service game will be closed. Finally, on May 29, 2021, Player Support for PUBG Lite will also be discontinued.

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Until this date, you can still play (if you have downloaded it before) and use the in-game credit (including L-COIN) that you already have.

In the announcement, PUBG Lite only said that they were grateful for the passion and support of the PUBG Lite fans, which have been so many so far. During the COVID-19 pandemic, they hoped that PUBG Lite could be a fun way to maintain health. However, they regretted having to make the difficult decision to close the service after a number of considerations and their journey had ended.

The free-to-play version of PUBG will be closed on April 29, 2021.

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PUBG Lite itself was released in 2019 as an alternative to PUBG on PC with lower specs. This version is indeed more ideal for a cheaper desktop or laptop. Moreover, PUBG Lite is also a free version.

Interestingly, if you look at PUBG Lite which has to close its services, PUBG Mobile even seems to be increasingly successful. Even some time ago, PUBG Mobile has managed to achieve total revenue of up to the US $ 5.1 billion. Apart from that, the PUBG Mobile esports ecosystem is equally strong. It competes with Free Fire, which is also a Battle Royale.

Therefore, don’t forget to share this article with your friends. So that they also know the explanation about PUBG LITE 🙂

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