PUBG Lite shutting down services: Check the reason

The PUBG Lite game from Krafton Inc has reached the end of its support period. The firm has published its termination timetable on its official website, stating that operation will be terminated on April 29. The official domain was shut down on March 30th, and new downloads were no longer available. The corporation will also cease offering player assistance on May 30.

The corporation has announced that PUBG Lite will cease running at 10:30 a.m. IST on April 30. This ensures that April players will not be allowed to enter matches or invest in-game money until 10:30 a.m. Even if the game’s sponsorship will be withdrawn, the PUBG Lite Facebook page will remain active.

To recap, PUBG Lite is a stripped-down variant of the game designed to run on low-resource PCs. The gameplay is somewhat similar to PUBG PC, but unlike the main version, it was completely free to play. The game was first released in India in July of this year. The game was first released in India in July of this year. The game was free to play at the time, but people had to purchase in-game money, LCOIN, in order to buy in-game products. The top-up system, however, was removed in December 2020, leaving the game completely free to play.

Notice that while PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite were banned in India, PUBG PC and PUBG Lite were not and could be legally played there.

Neither PUBG Corporation nor Krafton has stated why the game’s operation has been shut down. “We are incredibly grateful for the passion and support from the astounding amount of PUBG LITE fans who have been with us,” they said in a statement on the official website. We hope that PUBG LITE was able to provide our fans with a nice way to stay alive during the difficult times of the COVID-19 pandemic.

In a post on the official website, they said, “We are immensely grateful for the passion and support from the astounding amount of PUBG LITE fans who have been with us.” We hope that PUBG LITE was able to have a fun way for our fans to stay alive during the COVID-19 pandemic’s tough times.

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