It seems that the BGMI Lite APK (App) might be launching soon. Considering a poll on one of their Discord channels is currently live, it is possible Krafton will release this new platform for trading stocks and options in 2020-something we have all been waiting for with bated breath.
After recently launching PUBG New State in India, the Battlegrounds Mobile update 1.7 was rolled out to enhance player’s gaming experience and hopefully allow them more fun events on top of what has already been released so far by developers Krafton who work closely with Bluehole Studio (makers of Fortnite) among other things such as introducing tournaments for Grifball & Hijinks mode through their new app BGMI Lite which might also happen soon according to recent reports coming from sources close within this company.
The Battlegrounds Mobile India official Discord channel has asked fans why they want a BGMI Lite app. The poll includes four options, one of which is because players can’t play the game on low-end smartphones and another being an inventory transfer between PUBG games including their purchased items from said gaming platform’s lite version. Another reason given was liking maps/skins for this lighter alternative experience while still having access to all other features available within Fortnite itself.
It’s possible that Krafton is working on launching the BGMI Lite app. It has not been confirmed yet, but considering there are polls live for it in our Discord channel-it might be happening soon.
There is a new game in town and it’s called “BGMI” It can be played on your phone or tablet. The best part about this fun way to kill time? You don’t need an application.
All you’ll need are internet access (so make sure there isn’t any pesky censorship) and something that houses memory like RAM because both games require quite the hefty amount for their multiplayer component: 2GB minimum; however if we were talking strictly single-player modes then 1GB should do just fine thanks to its limitless replayability factor.
This means no matter what device players decide upon when getting into battle royale mode á la Hunger Games-style gameplay, they’re able not only to enjoy themselves but compete against.