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If you’ve been following news of PUBG Lite’s release in the past weeks, you’d be glad to know that the game will officially be available through Singaporean platform provider Garena.

It was announced today that Garena will be partnering with PUBG Corp. to bring the free-to-play game to five regions in South East Asia, namely Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Philippines and Indonesia.

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Pre-downloads will be available this February 13 while beta tests will be launched the following day. In the beta, players will be able to play in the Erangel map. The official list of system requirements have also been released – and it looks like efforts to make PUBG more accessible are true. You’ll be able to run the game with a meager Core i3, 4GB RAM, Intel HD Graphics 4000; and the game will only use up 4GB of storage space.

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