PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is Targeting 60 FPS on Xbox One

Allan Goodman
December 2, 2017

Maybe we'll see these features end up in the regular versions. On Xbox One, we're not sure.

PUBG will run at 30fps across all Xbox One devices, creator Brendan Greene has clarified.

"Definitely on Xbox One X, 60FPS". While the Xbox One X is nearly guaranteed to hit this locked threshold at launch, the standard Xbox One is a little more up in the air right now.

"We want to get those 4K textures in there, but we still have to make them. The amount of detail that has to go into 4K textures is vast, and it's going to take us some time to get them, but we do have a plan".

Chinese tech and entertainment giant Tencent has nailed the exclusive publishing right for PC blockbuster Playerunknown's Battlegrounds in the region.

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PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS is scheduled for a release on Xbox One (with Xbox One X support) later this month on December 12.

Regardless, PUBG has quickly grown to be one of the most popular games of the year, despite still being in an unfinished state on PC where the game sold over 20 million copies on Steam. While it is still unknown if these games will ever come to the West, it is pretty interesting to see that there will be two official PUBG adaptations coming to the Android in the near future.

After Tuesday's news about publisher Tencent bringing PlayerUnknown Battlegrounds to mobile phones in China, today the first trailer has been released, and it looks a bit different to the game now on Steam, to say the least.

This data comes from a report by SuperData (via PCGamesN) which showed that League of Legends was the most profitable game of October, as usual, while Battelgrounds followed closely behind.

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