After PUBG Mobile ban, here’s how you can play PUBG on PC

After PUBG Mobile ban, here’s how you can play PUBG on PC

The government has banned PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite in India. But this doesn’t mean that you can’t play PUBG on PC, XBox or PS4. In fact, PUBG and PUBG Mobile are two different games made by two different developers. The PC version is made by PUBG Corporation which belongs to Bluehole Studio based in Seoul, South Korea. It’s publisher is not Chinese.

While PUBG Mobile is a free to play game, you need to buy PUBG to play it on PC via Steam. While the storyline and gameplay is similar on PC as well, the PC version offers a more immersive experience. Note that you need a decent computer to play the game.

PUBG costs Rs 999 to play via Steam on your PC. You need at least Intel Core i5-4430 or AMD FX-6300 processor with 8GB of RAM, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 2GB or AMD Radeon R7 370 2GB graphics, 64-bit Windows 7, DirectX version 11 and a minimum of 30GB storage to play PUBG on your PC via Steam. The recommended specs are 16GB of RAM, Intel Core i5-6600K and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 3GB GPU.

If your PC does not meet the minimum requirements then you can opt for PUBG Lite for PC. It is a free to play version available on Windows for low-end laptops. The major difference is that PUBG Lite offers low-end graphics quality and is definitely not the real deal in terms of experience.

To play PUBG on your PC, you need to first download and install Steam on your PC. Once you have Steam, search for PUBG after creating and signing in with your Steam account. You need to buy PUBG for Rs 999 and then download and install it. It usually takes time to download and install and you need a stable internet connection. After that you can play PUBG on your PC.

As PUBG Mobile is banned in India, it is highly unlikely that traditional PUBG Mobile Android emulators will work any longer.

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Jagdish sonawane

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