In the recent past, BGMI has been India’s most downloaded and play-action game. Players were reintroduced to the new version of the game, which had taken the place of PUBG Mobile. Although Battlegrounds Mobile India was released in July 2021, the lite version (intended to be a competitor to PUBG Mobile Lite) has yet to be released.
Players in India with low-end smartphones have been clamoring for the release of BGMI Lite for a long time, and have taken to social media to urge Krafton to do it. The wait has been extended, however, because the creators have provided no other indication beyond a discord poll.
As a result, users in India are still playing Battlegrounds Mobile on low-end handsets and are constantly experiencing lags. Specific adjustments, on the other hand, can considerably reduce lag.
The storage capacity of a player’s phone is critical to his or her gaming success. To free up space on their phones, players with low-end devices can go to their phone settings and delete obsolete and superfluous files. When you do this, you will notice a significant reduction in lag.
Players in Battlegrounds Mobile India have access to specific graphical settings. To decrease latency, those playing the game on low-end devices should use the So Smooth and Smooth graphics choices. This will provide an experience comparable to that of PUBG Mobile Lite.
The number of frames per second can have a significant impact on a player’s gaming experience. Frame dips are where lags are most noticeable. As a result, gamers on low-end handsets should select the highest FPS option accessible on their phones when playing BGMI. While some brands include a High FPS option, just a few have an Ultra FPS option.
Battlegrounds Mobile India’s most recent 1.8 version is 1.6 GB in size. However, the various resource packs in the game add more than 1.5 GB to the overall size of the game. As a result, the entire game size grows, resulting in a long loading time. As a result, players can avoid having to download resource packs.