13 Weak PC Battle Royale Games You Have To Play

If your PC is more modest or old, that's no reason not to play Battle Royale! In this article we have selected 13 games of the genre that you can easily play on simpler computers. Check out!

Attention: most games below require 2GB of RAM and a processor i3 or equivalent. In cases where the required RAM is higher, the processor will be lower.

1. Warface: Battle Royale

A game with a huge community, Warface has modes to please almost everyone, including players who prefer Battle Royale. The player is randomly dropped onto one of the maps, only armed with their trusty combat knife. This will be your only weapon until you get a better one.

Use the typical Warface swipe moves to surprise your enemies and save your shots. This Warface mode doesn't have a lot of ammo, forcing players to think carefully before shooting, but there are some drop boxes with weapons scattered around.

  • Processor: Intel/AMD Dual Core 2.0 GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB of RAM
  • Video card: NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GT 256MB / AMD ATI Radeon X1950 256MB
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c

2. Battle Royale: Survivors

An original, top-down Battle Royale, Survivors is fluid and runs very well on modest computers. The game follows typical Battle Royale style rules with short, action-packed matches.

The vision mode is very innovative, and the player can only observe what is in his character's cone of vision. This takes some getting used to to be effective. Unfortunately, it's not free.

  • Processor: 2Ghz
  • Memory: 2 GB of RAM
  • Video card: 512 Mb

3. Mini Battlegrounds

With very simple controls and many cosmetic items to win, Mini Battlegrounds stands out from other Battle Royale games for its isometric view, known as "Top View". This detail makes the games super fun and full of strategy.

The weaponry is varied and the game is always adding new weapons. A player used to PUBG will feel right at home, as the weapons, extras, armor and helmets are very similar. The game is still in an early stage, which may result in some delay in matching, but the community is growing.

  • Processor: 1.6+ Ghz Dual-Core CPU
  • Memory: 2 GB of RAM
  • Video card: Intel HD Graphics 5500, Nvidia GeForce 700M Series (512MB Mínimo)

4.Crossfire: Battle Royale

The classic Crossfire decided to make a Battle Royale mode available. The player is launched from a helicopter with 49 other players, and from there, only one thing matters: survival.

There are the weapons familiar to any Crossfire player scattered around the map, as well as bulletproof vests and bandages. The graphics aren't the best, but the game manages to be fun, despite being only possible to play solo.

  • Processor: Pentium 4 - 1.5GHz
  • Memory: 512 MB
  • Video card: GeForce 5600 or equivalent

5. Geneshift

Geneshift is a game heavily inspired by GTA 2 that has a very fun battle royale mode. With simpler graphics and top-down perspective, Geneshif offers a frantic battle royale with very short matches (3 minutes) that are a bit like Brawl Stars. However, the scenery here is streets, houses, buildings and parking lots in the best GTA style, and you can use cars, weapons, special abilities, and much more.

  • Processor: 2GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB of RAM
  • Video card: 1024MB. OpenGL 2.0+

6. Knives Out - PC

A Battle Royale in the style of Rules of Survival, Knives Out is distinguished by its varied maps and different modes: there is classic battle and battle using vehicles, as well as a full Arcade mode.

The weapons and extras are very varied, and it is even possible to use a drone to monitor your position for a while. There are many ways to customize your character and earn cosmetic items.

  • Processor: Pentium Dual Core E2140 1.60GHz ou Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 3600+
  • Memory: 2 GB of RAM
  • Video card: GeForce GT 520, Radeon HD 6480G or equivalent

7. Survivor Royale

Survivor Royale has everything you would expect from a Battle Royale game. The PC version runs smooth even on more modest machines. The graphics are simple but well done. The game has a lot of different weaponry and two big maps, but not that big.

Some vehicles make a big difference between winning or losing a match, because in addition to being fast, they are heavily armed with heavy machine guns. The servers are located in Asia which can sometimes influence the matches. There are very varied modes like 50 Vs 50, Sniper, Vehicle Warfare, Zombie Mode and much more.

  • Processor: Pentium Dual Core E2140 1.60GHz ou Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 3600+
  • Memory: 2 GB of RAM
  • Video card: GeForce GT 520, Radeon HD 6480G or equivalent

8. Rules Of Survival - PC

After the success of the mobile version, the creators of Rules of Survival decided to create a PC version. It's a Battle Royale game from scratch. Each match has 120 players, there are a lot of weapons, vehicles and two huge maps.

Also, you can customize your character with really cool clothes and props. In addition to solo modes, you can also play in teams in both Third Person and FP modes.

  • Processor: Intel Core I3 4160
  • Memory: 2 GB of RAM
  • Video card: Intel HD Graphics 4600

9. Creative Destruction

This game combines the well-known Battle Royale mechanics with Fortnite buildings. The player can destroy any element in the game, managing to farm these resources for their own constructions. The game is very colorful and with great graphics, in addition to having a very varied weaponry, with high-tech snipers and even flamethrowers.

Its construction system makes the game a good clone of Fortnite, which can run on more modest computers and with a growing community.

  • Processor: Intel Core I3 4160
  • Memory: 2 GB of RAM
  • Video card: Intel HD Graphics 4600 (1024 MB)

10. Bombergrounds: Battle Royale

Bombergrounds: Battle Royale is a game totally inspired by Bomberman. With more cartoonish graphics and an overhead view, the inspiration for the famous series is clear at first glance. Matching the battle royale genre, here you enter a map with up to 25 players to see who is the last survivor.

Just like in Bomberman, in Bombergrounds you can collect power-ups to become faster, have more range, deal more damage, bounce bombs, etc. You can also customize your character in different ways.

  • Processor: Intel Core I3
  • Memory: 2 GB of RAM
  • Video card: 256MB

11. Cyber Hunter

Cyber ​​Hunter mixes battle royale elements with survival and exploration. With a large map full of different terrains, you can spend a lot of time getting to know each location and discovering its loot and secrets. The big difference here is the possibility of climbing any wall, which adds several new possibilities for movement and different situations.

In addition to the vast arsenal, Cyber ​​Hunter allows you to use tactical skills such as camouflages, force fields, barriers, etc. The game also has a 1st person mode for those who like more immersion.

  • Processor: Intel Core I3 4160
  • Memory: 2 GB of RAM
  • Video card: Intel HD Graphics 4600

12. Free Fire (Emulator)

An intuitive and fast Battle Royale, with varied weaponry and a huge community, Free Fire was created for the mobile market and runs on very modest smartphones. What are you doing on this list? Good question! Many players play Free Fire on PC using an emulator, for a variety of reasons.

This in no way diminishes the fun of playing and testing your skill against real players and climbing the ranks, with well-built characters and useful skills.

  • Processor: Dual Core 2+ GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB of RAM
  • Video card: Nvidia HD Graphics 3000 or higher

13. PUBG Mobile (Emulator)

The mobile version of the famous PC game is a real success, having been nominated for a few awards. Using the emulator created by the developers themselves, Tencent Gaming Buddy, it is possible to have much of the experience of an original Battle Royale, with its true-to-life weaponry, the three main maps and even the Arcade mode.

Many players even find that the rank progression and Arcade mode are much better on the mobile version than on the PC. There is also PUBG Mobile Lite, which can run on more modest systems with the same game dynamics and weapons, but with games of only 50 players.

  • Processor: Dual core Intel or AMD at 1.8 GHz.
  • Memory: 3 GB of RAM
  • Video card: NVIDIA GeForce 8600 / 9600GT, ATI / AMD Radeon HD2600 / 3600

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