There is no official word about the launch of BGMI Lite, but hints are floating everywhere about its release date
According to reports, Krafton, the producer of the mobile game Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI), is working on BGMI Lite. Fans of the popular smartphone game are clamouring for a lighter, more simple version. However, there has been no formal announcement from the corporation regarding its introduction.
BGMI Lite: Hints Over Launch And Release Date
According to MySmartPrice, BGMI’s official discord server made an audience poll in which they asked the fans why they need a Lite version of the game.
Fans are still waiting for Krafton to make an official declaration about BGMI Lite, despite the official poll on the Discord server.
Release Date Of BGMI Lite
There has been a flurry of new leaks and clues, especially from some of the most prominent members of the Indian BGMI community, which has heightened fans’ overall expectations.
Why hasn’t Krafton announced BGMI Lite or its release is one of the most pressing questions on the minds of the players. One probable explanation is that BGMI Lite is still in progress, therefore influencers just hinted at its arrival without offering a definite date in order to build anticipation.
What Do Influencers Say?
While Krafton has yet to announce any intentions for a BGMI Lite edition, popular gamers in the community have speculated that the game may be launched in the future. Maxtern is one of them, as is Abhijeet “Ghatak” Andhare, who apparently said in an Instagram post that the game may be delayed but would be released.
Along with Ghatak, Maxtern also took to Twitter to talk about the launch of Battlegrounds Mobile India lite edition, which is also known as the PUBG Mobile India lite version. On his Twitter account, he wrote, “BGMI lite see you soon.”
All of this information comes from well-connected Indian gaming figures. Players can anticipate the introduction of BGMI light, but they will have to wait for official confirmation from the developers.
BGMI Lite Phone Requirements
PUBG: New State, which was recently published and requires 4GB of RAM and Android 6 (Marshmallow) or higher to run, is now Krafton’s most resource-intensive game. Then there’s BGMI, which requires 2GB of RAM and Android 5.1.1 or higher as a minimum. Based on the minimum requirements for PUBG Mobile Lite, a BGMI Lite version might likely run on Android smartphones having at least 786MB of RAM.