PUBG Mobile version 1.0 arrives on September 8th with lots of graphics and performance improvements, new animations, and some as yet unannounced surprises.
While Fortnite has been removed from the App Store and Google Play Store, the mobile version of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG) has never worked so well with over 600 million downloads and 50 million active players (excluding China, which only has more) than 150 million. active player).
As the game studio continues to strengthen customer loyalty through regular updates, including new content and various improvements, PUBG will release version 1.0 of the mobile version of PUBG on September 8. A major update, according to the studio, which promises significant performance improvements and many other surprises. Just in time for a major sports tournament in November with a $ 2 million prize
A “major” update for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile
The development team at PUBG Mobile, which is part of Chinese giants Tencent Holdings Limited (QQ.com, WeChat), said the update would result in a 30% increase in frame rate, as well as a 76% reduction in latency, which is a trait of the Device on which the game is played. PUBG Mobile will also benefit from a massive overhaul with changes to the main game screen, sprints, target range, initial parachuting, and other moves without any further details.
Other visual improvements are expected, especially on particles, smoke, explosions or flashes. The textures of the vegetation, sky and water will also be revised upwards, in addition to the management of shadows and lights. Controller support has yet to be announced.
Another novelty is the arrival in early November of an event called PUBG Mobile Global Championship, which will bring together professional players from all countries (United States, Canada, South America, Europe, South Asia, South-East Asia, Middle East and China). They are set to compete for a prize of $ 2 million. Obviously, due to the health crisis, no space on site will be offered for sale. The championship will therefore be fully broadcast on the Internet.