PUBG Mobile Lite app: Find out how and where to install the latest update of PUBG Mobile Lite
The lite version of PUBG Mobile is one of the most famous Battle Royale games. Unfortunately, it is only available on the Android platform. Almost every month, the developers update this game. The 0.22.0 version of the game was released worldwide a few weeks ago.
Several changes have been made to the PUBG mobile light, which includes numerous new gun skins. Users can get this new update directly through the Google Play Store. Also, they can use APK files to download and install version 0.22.0 of PUBG Mobile Lite.
However, keep in mind that since PUBG Mobile Lite is currently banned in India, Indian users will be advised not to download and install it on their devices.
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Here is a description of how players can install PUBG Mobile Lite 0.22.0 via APK file:
Step 1: In any web browser, go to PUBG’s official Lite website.
Step 2: When users visit the website, they need to tap on the “Download APK” option to download the latest update file.
Step 3: Next, after downloading, they need to agree to the “Install from unknown source” option on their devices. Once done, gamers will start installing the PUBG Mobile Lite APK.
Step 4: Gamers can launch version 0.22.0 of PUBG Mobile Lite after installation. Then, they need to sign in with their account to use this new update.
The size of the APK file will be about 614 MB. Therefore, players must make sure that they have enough storage space to proceed with the download process of their game. If there is a problem opening the game, players will need to reinstall the file. However, if the problem persists, users will need to download the APK file again. Then you have to sign in to the game again by following the same steps mentioned.
Although the lite version of PUBG Mobile is banned in India, it can be run with the permission of an unknown source. However, in that case, if the developers ever decide to shut down the third-party source, you will no longer be able to play that game. So far, no such thing has been reported by PUBG.