PUBG Lite Is Going Dark, to End Service and Player Support by May 29


PUBG Lite, a free-to-play adaptation of PUBG that permits those that wouldn’t have a high-end gaming {hardware} to play the favored battle royale title, is shutting down service on April 29, the builders have introduced. Participant help will probably be terminated on Might 29. The announcement comes a day after the webpage was closed. Those that have the sport put in of their techniques will be capable of proceed to play the sport and spend in-game credit as regular till the termination time. Writer Krafton hasn’t given any motive for the closure.

As per the Service Termination Notice on the official web site, the PUBG Lite workforce mentioned that the sport’s webpage has been closed, and no new downloads will probably be accessible. Nevertheless, those that have already got the sport put in on their techniques will be capable of proceed taking part in the sport until April 29, 5am UTC (10:30am IST). Moreover, from Might 29, participant help for the sport will not be accessible.

“Now we have made the tough determination to shut service after a lot deliberation and the time has come for our journey to finish. It is possible for you to to proceed to play the sport and spend in-game credit as regular, together with the L-COIN that you have already got, till the termination time,” the discover reads. The workforce additionally says that PUBG Lite Facebook will probably be open even after the sport service termination “till additional discover.” The corporate had terminated the L-COIN (paid money) top-up system and change into a 100 p.c free recreation in November final yr. This made all recreation content material and objects freed from cost.

In the meantime, the builders of PUBG Mobile, that’s nonetheless banned in India, are making attempts to convey it again. Chinese language tech large Tencent not too long ago mentioned that PUBG Cellular, the cellular model of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG), has surpassed 1 billion amassed downloads exterior China, making it one of the vital profitable video games worldwide.

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