PUBG Mobile finally gets Extreme Frame Rate on HDR graphics

PUBG Mobile finally gets Extreme Frame Rate on HDR graphics

PUBG Mobile is undoubtedly one of the best mobile game to date. It has even has overthrown its desktop counterpart (PUBG PC) in terms of popularity in Asia and many other parts of the world.

PUBG Mobile Graphics Update

Aside from gameplay, the impressive graphics is what made PUBG Mobile so popular.  Its been well over a year the community has been asking for high frame rate. The latest update patch (0.13.5) brings just that.

If you have a high-end smartphone or a gaming phone, chances are pretty high that you are already playing on the highest possible graphical settings.

The HDR setting, which is comparable to the Ultra preset on PC, can now be set on Extreme Frame Rate mode. This enables it to take advantage of the newer display panels with High Refresh Rate such as the ASUS ROG Phone and the One Plus 7 Pro.

The overall gameplay is really smoother with the option is enabled. However, according to the PUBG Mobile team, this might cause your battery to drain faster than usual. If you have a way to charge up your phone when playing, I don’t think it will be an issue.

PUBG Mobile finally gets Extreme Frame Rate

PUBG Season 8 is here!

Season 8 has now officially commenced, bringing in tons of ocean-themed in-game products. Now two versions of the Battle Pass are available – Elite Pass and Elite Pass Plus.

Apple iOS users can now enjoy downloading the new patches and updates in the background. This means that they can go back to the home screen while the game is updated.

With the latest patch also comes a new Sub-Machine Gun (SMG), the PP-19. It is a full-auto SMG which uses 9mm bullets and is available both in Vikendi and Erangel. The gun is primarily meant for Closed Quarter Combat and has a high fire rate.

PUBG Mobile finally gets Extreme Frame Rate on HDR graphics

Also, the background music in the lobby has now been changed to a song composed by Alan Walker. The PUBG Mobile patch will install itself once you launch the game so no need to wait for the update to appear on the Play Store.

Let us know how your experience with PUBG Mobile and follow The Geek Herald for more updates.

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