PUBG Mobile is going to show signs of improvement, because of Qualcomm’s most recent lead mobile chipset, Snapdragon 865 SoC. At the continuous Snapdragon Tech Summit, it was declared that PUBG Mobile will before long get support for 90fps gameplay, which implies a much smoother visual yield for players to feast their eyes upon. In addition, PUBG Mobile will before long land support for genuine 10-piece HDR, something that will altogether upgrade the dynamic verity of on-screen content. Also, PUBG has made its approach to the PlayStation Now subscription support, close by Wolfenstein: The Old Blood & Formula 1 2019.
At the continuous Snapdragon Tech Summit, it was declared that PUBG Mobile will use the Snapdragon 865 SoC’s ability to empower 90fps gameplay as well as include true 10-bit HDR support. This means PUBG Mobile will before long have the option to exploit 90Hz invigorate rate boards on cell phones that will dispatch before long-pressing the Snapdragon 865 SoC. Where the rumors of Tencent including 90fps and 120fps support to PUBG Mobile have been making rounds for a long while, the declaration was made at the Snapdragon Tech Summit.
Obviously, 90fps support is unquestionably a decent update, yet it is not yet clear when 120fps support arrives, since there are Smartphones, for example, the Asus ROG Phone 2 and the Razer Phone 2 in the market than can coordinate it with their 120Hz invigorate rate board. Another essential component coming to PUBG Mobile is support for genuine 10-piece HDR support, which guarantees altogether better unique range contrasted with standard HDR. But, it isn’t clear if Tencent will include other illustrations settings alternative over the Ultra HD preset.
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Aside from the new upgrade, it was simply a month ago when PUBG Mobile 0.15.5 update turned out and brought along a large number of new features including a new character, new map, and the season 10, named the “Fury of Wasteland”, a Wasteland-themed map roused by Mad Max. PUBG Season 10 likewise brought along another map for Team Deathmatch just as another remains based guide. The most recent Fury of no man’s land accompanied a scope of new skins, hardware, outfits, and vehicles. There’s additionally another hatchback vehicle, named Zina, which is restrictive to PUBG’s blanketed Vikendi Map. Likewise, there’s another sub-automatic rifle, named MP5K, in season 10 that comes outfitted with stock, mag, hold and uses 9mm projectiles.
Besides, Sony has at long last added PUBG to its PlayStation Now subscription support library. Wolfenstein: The Old Blood and Formula 1 2019 are the other two games that have likewise landed on PlayStation Now, which at present has more than 800 games. Players can avail every one of these games on PlayStation Now by paying a month to month charge of $9.99 (generally Rs. 700) or $59.99 (about 4,300) for a year.