How To Play PUBG Lite Beta From Anywhere?

We all know that annoying feeling when an alert tells you that a particular game or app is not available for your country, and you would accuse the developers of racism or xenophobia. But in most cases, that’s not the reason for the restriction. Now it’s time for the beloved franchise PUBG to face the same fate since the latest game in the series, PUBG Lite, is available in a closed beta version and you will be playing it only if you live in certain countries. …or not?

Here you will learn about some handy VPN apps which will solve your problem with PUBG Lite, if you can’t play it otherwise even though your gadget has the necessary system requirements.

PureVPN leads the way

By some points of view, PureVPN is the best. It’s considered that way by many fans of VPN apps, and it’s the most used app of this kind in 2019. So if you want to be trendy, you could try PureVPN.

VyprVPN and ExpressVPN are not free, but it’s worth the money

These two apps demand some money from you, but they offer interesting services: trustworthy customer support is one of them.

PUBG Lite is for low and mid-range PC’s

You might have guessed why they call it “lite”. It’s because developers want PUBG to be also played by people who don’t own a very powerful PC, therefore they created the Lite version of PUBG. And what’s more frustrating than finally knowing that you’re going to play your favorite game and after you install it you’ll find out that it’s not working for your country? Therefore, you’ll be needing an app that encrypts users’ web traffic and masks their IP addresses, which is the definition of a VPN.

PUBG is considered by many people the best battle royale game, alongside Fortnite. If you would like to play the non-Lite version, your system needs a minimum 8GB of RAM, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 of 2GB or AMD Radeon R7 370 of 2GB, and Intel Core i5-4430 / AMD FX-6300 for the processor.

Austin Barrie

Austin Barrie

Austin Barrie is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already published most of his work in a few books, he obviously talks about them in some of his pieces here.

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