From starting PUBG is somewhat poorly optimized game. Regularly it receives weekly updates to improve the performance but it seems there is a long way to have a smooth gameplay experience in the game we want. Many powerful PCs sometimes fails to maintain the solid 60 fps in the game. The optimization problem in the game goes hand to hand with various glitches in the game. It is not the problem of just one platform it is faced on Xbox One and PC both.
So, there are some measures you can follow to improve the performance of PUBG on PC particularly. The more you make the efforts in the game more you’ll get the best performance with a great performance in the match.
PUBG: How To Improve Performance In PUBG
PUBG Graphics Setting For More FPS
- Screen Scale: 100-103
- Anti-Aliasing: High
- Post-Processing: Very Low
- Shadows: Very Low
- Textures: High
- Effects: Very Low
- Foliage: Very Low
- View Distance: Very Low
- V-Sync: Off
- Motion Blur: Off
Anti-Aliasing affects how rough textures appear on the screen. If you want to make everything’s texture smooth set this to high. If your PC is still struggling to get some more FPS so you have to compromise with textures and set this to Medium or Below to Boost FPS.
Post-Processing, Shadow Effects, and Foliage are not required at high settings. Setting them all to Very Low will give the game a boost of some serious FPS. See, one thing is sure that if you want more beautiful graphics, you should compromise with FPS or vice-versa.
Some player thinks that the lowering the View Distance option will make the visibility of other players at long range low or invisible. But it is not true, View Distance only governs how much detail is rendered at distance, such as foliage and objects. So you can set this option to very low setting to have more option without having invisible oppositions.
You can prevent input lag in the game by turning off the V-Sync and can have some FPS.
Keep the textures on High or Medium to make the game look beautiful but if your PC is not so powerful you can keep it to low as possible but the game will look awful.
Motion Blur only makes the game a little bit prettier and makes the movement more cinematic.It contributes very less to performance so, turning it off will save some FPS.
PUBG Gameplay Option
- Inventory Character Render: Off
Keeping the Inventory Character Render option off will make the game stop from loading the 3D model of the character while opening the inventory. It is worth turning off to boost the loading speed of inventory.
PUBG: Nvidia Option Settings
If you got a Nvidia Graphic card then you can get some more FPS by tweaking some settings in Nvidia Control Panel. Just follow these steps to make tweaks in Nvidia Control Panel
- Click the arrow in the bottom right of your desktop tray to bring up an icon menu. Right-click the Nvidia logo (green and black) and select “NVIDIA Control Panel”.
- Select “Manage 3D Settings” and find “PUBG” or “TslGame” in the drop-down menu. If you can’t find them, click “Add” and you should find them there.
- Set “Maximum pre-rendered frames” to 1.
- Set “Monitor Technology” to “G-SYNC” if applicable. Otherwise, leave it be.
- Set “Power management mode” to “Prefer maximum performance”.
- Set “Preferred refresh rate” to “Highest Available”.
- Set “Threaded Optimisation” to “On”.
- Set “Vertical Sync” to “Use the 3D application setting”.
General PC Settings For PUBG
If your graphic’s drivers are out of date then it will be the huge gamble with your game’s FPS and render PUBG will become unplayable. So always keep your graphics driver and other essentials updated.
As the new features or updates will come in PUBG we will keep you update with latest tricks and guides.
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