Tuesday, December 12, 2017

PUBG Having Issues on Xbox One

Currently, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is the most played and talked about game of the industry that has surely made a name for it by selling more than 25 million copies and topping Dota 2’s record for having the most amount of players online simultaneously on Steam. A multiplayer online battle royale, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is currently in early access stage on Steam and within next week the 1.0 version will be out for PC.

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PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Having Issues on Xbox One

Given the fact that this one is the first game of developer PUBG Corporation, they did a pretty impressive job and Microsoft Studios have stuck a major deal to have the game exclusively on their consoles, which is a very calculated smart move. Games tend to have found with new issues with their graphics and performance once they are released on PC and by the looks of the games' current status, a playable version of the game on any console seems like a far-fetched idea.

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Microsoft’s Game Preview program has recently launches PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds and if you play the game on Xbox One X which has a 4K support, you will notice the visual superiority of PUBG on a console than a mid-range PC. However, if you have already experienced Xbox One X version of Call of Duty: World War II then you will realize how less polished the game is in terms of graphical textures compared to other games on the same console.

At the very start of each match, you can see the slothful frame rates that slowly escalates the more you advance forward and it won't take much time for anyone to note that the game is not constant at any given frame rate. Since Xbox One X is the most advanced console in the market that offers the best graphical enhancement, that kind of inconsistency is really bothering for any players in general. The frame rate shift is more obvious if you switch from an Xbox One to Xbox One X.

If you let the downside of the console version of PUBG slide, then it's still pretty fun game considering this one retains almost every aspects of the game that made it a fun-play in the first place. So, if you can let pass the expectation you had for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds on Xbox One or Xbox One X, you can still enjoy it anyway.