Free PUBG Lite, developed for low-system computers, is completely closed at the end of April.While PUBG, which has been popularly played by many players since its release, has continued its popularity, as you know, the producers have offered a completely free version of the game that requires low system requirements.
This production, called PUBG Lite, attracted the attention of PUBG fans with both low system requirements and free. However, a sad statement came today about the game, which has not received updates recently and has been abandoned to its fate, so to speak. The developer team announced that it will terminate the PUBG Lite service on April 29, 2021, with the announcement made on the game’s official website.
In this section, the developer studio first announced that the PUBG Lite website will be closed on March 30, 2021, and announced that the service will be completely terminated on April 29 at 05:00.
Stating that after May 29, there will be no player support for LITE, the company also stated that until the termination date, players can continue to play the game normally and spend the in-game credits they previously had. The statement made by the developer company is as follows:
We are extremely grateful for the passion and support of the great number of PUBG LITE fans who have been with us. In the tough times of the COVID-19 pandemic, we hope PUBG LITE offers our fans a fun way to stay safe.
Unfortunately, we made a tough decision to shut down the service after long thinking and time was up for our journey. No matter how upset we are, we want to inform you that we will end the PUBG LITE service on April 29, 2021, according to the plan.
Until the termination date, you will be able to continue to play the game normally and spend your in-game credits, including the L-COIN you previously owned. PUBG LITE Facebook will be open until the next notification even after the game service is terminated.
We want to express our deepest appreciation and sincere apologies to everyone. We hope you enjoyed your time with us, so please continue to follow our future efforts. ”