Former PUBG Project Thai, Now PUBG Lite, Will Be Available To More Countries

PUBG Lite, previously known as PUBG Project Thai, has launched the official PUBG Lite website to provide the latest updates for the upcoming beta testing service.

PUBG Project Thai has been around since the fourth quarter of 2018. It offers a lower system requirement compared to the original version of PUBG so players with a low-end PC can also PUBG. Back in November 2018, PUBG Project Thai has released the minimum system requirements which players are required have at least Intel Core i3 with 2.4Ghz or equivalent.


On January 9th, the official Facebook page for PUBG Project Thai has been renamed to PUBG Lite, which I think this is now the final name for this PUBG version.

As of writing, PUBG Lite is only available in Thailand but the developer has confirmed that it will be open to more countries such as Indonesia and the Philippines for beta testing.

No official release date for the beta test for other countries has been announced yet, but looking at the recent post from their Facebook page, it seems like the Philippines will be the next country to get PUBG Lite. For players who want to play the game, here are the system requirements of PUBG Lite:

PUBG Project Thai Minimum System Requirements

  • OS – Windows 7/8/10 64-bit
  • CPU – 2.4GHz Core i3
  • RAM – 4GB
  • GPU – Intel HD Graphics 4000
  • HDD – 4GB

PUBG Project Thai Recommended System Requirements

  • OS – Windows 7/8/10 64-bit
  • CPU – Core i5 2.8GHz
  • RAM – 8GB
  • GPU – NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 or AMD Radeon HD 7870
  • HDD – 4GB

For players who want to participate the PUBG Lite beta, it is recommended to register an account now. Players who signed up before the launch of the beta testing will receive a weapon skin. In addition, PUBG Lite will randomly select winners for more rewards.

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