Crafton Inc. Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) has launched iOS. Many Indian players are hopeful that the company will announce the launch of BGMI Lite soon. However, looking at all the developments to date, it seems highly unlikely that Crafton Battlegrounds will launch a lite version of Mobile India, although PUBG Mobile Lite is still available in many other countries. Here we will take you through what we know about Battlegrounds Mobile India Lite.
Battlegrounds Mobile India is a replacement for PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite
Although Crafton Inc. has not officially confirmed that Battlegrounds Mobile India will replace PUBG Mobile and PUBG Mobile Lite, it can still be accepted as one. This is because Battlegrounds Mobile India requires a minimum of 2 GB of RAM and a device running Android 5.1.1, according to the Google Play details page. This same device requires PUBG Mobile Lite.
Also, the game asks players during its initial run whether they want to download a high-resolution package or a low-resolution package. Although the map and gameplay remain the same, players must see that the low-resolution package can easily run on low-end smartphones.
BGMI influential people have indicated that BGMI lights will not come
Many BGMI influencers have hinted that Crafton will not turn on the BGMI Lite. A few days ago, Ketan “K18” Patel said during his vlog “Don’t wait for the players who are waiting for BGMI lights. BGMI lights will not come.”
Although BGMI influencers have no authority and it does not stand as an official confirmation, they keep in touch with Crafton executives. This could mean that executives have simply hinted that their game may not be on the market.
Will BGMI Lite ever play?
Although there is no confirmation yet, Crafton may finally launch a BGMI Lite version seeing the huge demand for the game. However, for now, we recommend that you do not meet your expectations. Rest assured, you can check on Crafton’s official BGMI website for any official announcements.
But I found an APK link of BGMI Lite
Okay, it’s almost 100 percent fake. Although one lucky person could find an internal beta link to an unpublished version of BGMI Lite, which was dug out of Krafton’s office, most of the links currently in use may also be fake and malware. It is also a hypothetical situation, to our knowledge, a BGMI Lite version does not even exist.
BGMI Lite is not an official game and currently, there is no APK file for so-called mobile games. We recommend our readers to stay away from these websites by promoting fake BGMI Lite links.
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