Published: Sat, December 02, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Cory Rios

Fortnite steals Battlegrounds' thunder in October with more players

Fortnite steals Battlegrounds' thunder in October with more players

Frankly said, even if this one doesn't grace your smartphone at all, a good number of PUBG clones are actually available right now for download.

Although originally thought to run at 60 FPS, PlayerUnknown would later clarify with a Tweet that PUBG will run at 30 FPS on all Xbox One devices at launch.

Consoles have long struggled to hit the 60fps mark, but the Xbox One X is the game changer with native support for 4K, HDR, and 60fps.

One reason why the PlayerUnknown Battleground is being launched through preview is that the makers want the developers to have firsthand experience and come up with improvements if any, Greene said, adding he has "great faith" that PUBG will be able to achieve 60 FPS on both. That made many Xbox One gamers very excited, but Bluehole didn't talk about the upgrades that PUBG will get on the Xbox One X. We didn't know how PUBG will run on the Xbox One X until now.

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The upcoming release of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds will be targeting 30 frames-per-second across all three Xbox One consoles. Yes, it is important, but it's not as important for us as it is a twitch shooter. Maybe a better option would have been to let players decide for themselves, i.e. have a tickbox that enables you to be matched with players using an Xbox One X console?

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds will be released on Microsoft's Game Preview Program for Xbox One on 12th December. The game is still in Early Access, which means that it isn't finished yet and its development is ongoing.

Player Unknown's Battlegrounds himself appeared on the gamesTM issue 194, and he talked about the Xbox One version of Player Unknown's Battlegrounds.

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