PlayUnknown’s Battlegrounds a.k.a PUGB is a massively popular battle royale title. It’s available on a wide variety of platforms so you can enjoy fighting till you remain the last one standing on your mobile phone or fully tricked out gaming rig, not to mention it’s also available for consoles. There’s a new version of the game available starting today. PUBG Lite is a version meant for low-spec PCs and it enters open beta today.

There is just one caveat, though. The open beta of this free-to-play game based on the proper PC version of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is currently available in Thailand only. You’re out of luck for now if you’re based anywhere else.

This version of the game was revealed not too long ago and it’s now available in open beta. It will only be accessible in Thailand initially but PUBG Lite for PC will be expanded to more locations down the line. No names are mentioned, though, and it remains a possibility that Asian markets might be the focus of this version.

PUBG Lite includes the popular Miramar and Erangel maps in addition to the training mode. It does 100-player matches like the full version even though the minimum PC specs for this version include the 2.4GHz Core i3 processor with 4GB RAM, Intel HD Graphics 4000, and at least 4GB of storage space.

The free client is now available for download from PUBG Lite’s official website but you won’t get anywhere with it unless you’re in Thailand.

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