Xbox Series X finally lets PlayerUnknown battlefields feel good at 60 frames per second


One of the first games I tried Xbox X Series was PlayerUnknown battlefields. As a boomer, it’s still my favorite battle kingdom, but I play computer. The big reason for this is that the game console runs at 30 frames per second. And I was disappointed that it was still running at that frame rate even with the power of the new generation of the new Xbox. But since then, PUBG Corp. has begun upgrading the PUBG public test server, which finally unlocks the frame on all consoles. The result is that this last-player standing shooter on the console finally feels smooth and responsive.

PUBG works great on Xbox Series X. Battle royale reaches an average of 55 frames per second on Xbox One X during Xbox Series X. This is when the game is running in frame mode with a resolution set to 1080p.

Above: But things aren’t as close as they seem.

Video credit: GamesBeat

However, if you just look at the chart above, you can assume that the Xbox One X works with PUBG almost as well as the Series X, but that’s not the whole story. First, the framing speed is almost fixed at 60 series per second in the X series, with only the lowest hiccups. One X is much more inconsistent, and you can feel it during the game.

In short, when you notice the visual differences between the two versions, they all depend on the time and weather changes on the map.

A screen crack distracts the Xbox One X PUBG

The crack on the screen of the Xbox One X is even more noticeable. This version has a lot of noticeable cracks as it happens in all views up and down. I tend not to notice tearing if it happens near the top of the frame or when you start to get a particularly high refresh rate. But at a frequency of 60 Hz and dozens of backs to tears in the fleshy part of the image, it really distracts.

The yellow lines in this image indicate a recent tear, and you’ll notice that the Series X version doesn’t have it at all.

Top: Lots of tears.

Video credit: GamesBeat

Overall, the Xbox Series X version looks like the game should have been played. This maintains a more constant frame rate and does so without causing unsightly tears. If you connect a keyboard and mouse to your Series X, this experience will closely mimic your computer. And that’s very commendable for this particular game.

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