PUBG developers have announced plans to support a battle royal for next-generation consoles — only backward compatibility is expected at the launch of sales. There is no separate version for PS5 and Xbox Series. Recently, the creators of the shooter started public testing of the mode with 60 frames per second on PS4 Pro and Xbox One X — and this is not easy, because this mode will become main on the new systems.
Xbox Series X — uses Xbox One X build (1080p at 60 FPS) Xbox Series S — uses Xbox One S build (1080p at 30 FPS) PS5 — uses PS4 Pro build (1080p at 60 FPS) . Players on PUBG test servers report that on current generation consoles mode with the priority frame rate does not show miracles – FPS is unstable and jumps from 30 to 60 frames.
Most likely, on a nextgen, the game will be able to achieve a stable 60 FPS. Jeff Grubb of Venture Beat has already performed the first PUBG tests — on Xbox One X the frequency jumps from 45 to 60 frames per second, mostly being above 50 FPS, whereas on Xbox Series X the shooter without problems hold the bar in 60 frames.
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