The US: PUBG-Mobile runs at 90fps
…but it’s exclusive to OnePlus for a month
For the users, who want to play PUBG Mobile at a higher frame rate than 60fps, then it was a bit tricky previously. There was two option for its best either being live in China or downloading its Chinese version that is called Game for Peace, also, you a phone with a 90Hz or 120Hz needed this refresh rate for higher speed. Presently, Tencent Games is at last including support for 90fps in the US and different countries, however, you’ll have to hold up a month except if you have some particular OnePlus smartphones. In particular, if you have an, OnePlus 8 Pro, OnePlus 8, OnePlus 7 Pro, or OnePlus 7T, or you would now be able to run the game at a smooth per second 90 frames.
On September 7th, After the timed exclusivity deal terminates, Tencent said that having any smartphone, any PUBG Mobile player whose mobile supports a higher frame rate, can empower 90fps as an option. It means, Android phones such as the Google Pixel 4 and 4 XL, the newly launched Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, Samsung Galaxy S20, Razer Phone 2, and Asus ROG Phone II, should have access. Don’t expect that any of the iPhone will run the game at 90fps due to the 60Hz screens; however, the 120Hz iPad Pro could support the feature.
Tencent has not stated whether a 90fps in PUBG Mobile will decrease the graphical loyalty, however, another factor may be what sort of preparing power each phone contains, the Samsung Galaxy S20 has the equivalent Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chip as the OnePlus 8, while the inevitable Galaxy Note 20 Ultra has a somewhat quicker Snapdragon 865 Plus processor.
OnePlus declared a comparable partnership with Epic Games in May, permitting its smartphones from the 8 series will be supporting Fortnite at 90fps. but, empowering a higher frame rate on Fortnite for either the OnePlus 8 Pro or OnePlus 8 will bring down the default graphical settings to Low as substantiated by GameSpot.