PUBG LITE Version Has ‘Almost’ Zero Bots In The Game

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PUBG LITE Version Has 'Almost' Zero Bots In The Game

Recently, PUBG decided to introduce bots in the game, like there weren’t enough already. This statement from PUBG received a lot of negative feedback because no player feels good about the game when they’re fighting bots. However, that isn’t the case with PUBG Lite, which has almost zero bots.

PUBG Lite is a free-to-play version of the game for systems with low specifications. Everything in PUBG Lite is similar to the original PUBG game, except the graphics, but that’s understandable given that it’s the “Lite” version of PUBG.

Recently, WackyJacky, a popular streamer, tried out PUBG Lite, thinking that he would find a lot of bots roaming in Sanhok. However, to his surprise, he didn’t find even a single bot in the game. He went on to take 23 kills, and all of them were real players.

If WackyJacky wasn’t enough, then another popular streamer, The Average Sniper, also had a similar experience with PUBG Lite. In a 10-minute-long PUBG Lite gameplay video, The Average Sniper explains how he deliberately let his guard down against other players thinking that they were bots.

Throughout the match, every single opponent The Average Sniper encountered, gives him an insane amount of damage, which is very unlikely with bots.

So, surprisingly, just like WackyJacky, The Average Sniper didn’t find any bots in PUBG Lite either.

It’s not a coincidence that two professional streamers didn’t find any bots in PUBG Lite. It’s safe to say that the developers are doing something to improve the game.

Nevertheless, we can’t be absolutely sure until we experience the same while playing PUBG Lite. And if this thing checks out, then maybe it’s time to migrate from the original PUBG game to PUBG Lite.

Shivam Gulati

Shivam Gulati

Shivam is a blogger who is always fascinated with technology and the amount of knowledge he can gather from the internet. He is trying to nerdify everyone around him with that same knowledge, through his writings. He enjoys gaming in particular, so he tries to keep track of what’s new in the gaming community and write about it. Visit his Gaming Channel IntroGamers on YouTube.

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