In intense Battle Royales like PUBG, players are competing for chicken dinner in solos, duos or squads. Among 100 players, there is nothing worse than losing a game due to lag. If gamers have high-end phones or tablets, there is no need to tinker with the settings. PUBG should run smoothly. However, for mid range and low range devices, it is best to optimize settings to not put pressure on the device and ensure smooth gaming.
Ease of gun control
PUBG Mobile allows gyroscopic controls, which essentially means that tilting the screen helps players aim in-game. While the mastery of gyroscopic control dissuades several players, it has another drawback.
Gyroscopic controls affects the processing speed, so if you run a mid or low range device, we suggest turning off the gyroscopic aiming in favour of traditional aiming.
Graphics and in-game performance
One of the most important settings is graphics. Most gamers sacrifice a superior graphics experience in favour of smoother gameplay.
You should set your graphics to allow rapid scoping and firing without lag. This is crucial to surviving in PUBG.
The game offers a smooth, balanced, HD and Ultra HD settings. In case of any lag, we recommend sticking to smooth or balanced settings.
Set your sensitivity accordingly.
How does sound affect game speed? :-
The audio settings do not affect gameplay experience much. However, we do recommend turning up all in-game audio to the maximum levels.
This will help you detect enemy movement by hearing footsteps.
If the game lags, however, we recommend turning off the team chat in-game. Having the mic on, can take up processing power and slow down gameplay….Read more>>