PUBG Mobile 1.0 will set in motion 8th September onwards with significant performance fixes to lower lag

PUBG Mobile is getting a significant update to version 1.0 on September 8 in which it will initiate several new features, which also involves enhanced performance and a revamp of visuals and gameplay.

 

A huge 1.0 update to the famous battle royale shooter will feature enhancements to players’ character models, muzzle flashes, air blasts, smoke, particles, and the inclusion of scope interaction. The environments will look different, too, with advanced graphics for vegetation, water, and more. Simultaneously, PUBG Mobile 1.0 will present a revamp to a few gameplay elements, consisting of parachuting, sprinting, throwing, and “other key actions.” 

 

The 1.0 upgrade will even raise to a 30% increase in frame rate and a 76% reduction in lag, subjected to the hardware. 90fps gameplay is presently exclusive to OnePlus phones till September 6, 2020, so the brand new version may also unlock increased fps gameplay on other high-spec gadgets. 

 

Furthermore, Tencent Games also declared that PUBG Mobile World League (PMWL) and World Championship will unite into PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC). PMGC will get teams together from the Americas, China, South Asia, the Middle East, Europe, and Southeast Asia, to struggle for a reward fund of $2 million. 

 

As a consequence of the current COVID-19 pandemic, despite that, Tencent Games stated that it’s not certain if fans will be able to be present in person, but if things get better, fans will be invited to the event, which is scheduled to happen in November.

 

After its release on Android and iOS, PUBG Mobile has accumulated beyond 600 million downloads which comprises of 50 million daily active players, besides mainland China. In China, the game is referred to as “Game for Peace” and has also accumulated a substantial player base. It may no longer be the ruling battle royale game on console and PC, but its mobile community is flourishing.

 

PUBG Mobile 1.0 embarks on September 8, succeeded by PMGC which will begin in late November.

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