PUBG is one of the most loved games around the world and especially in India. OnePlus is also a very loved brand in India, OnePlus’ partnership with PUBG Mobile is all set to bring the “world’s first 90 FPS gaming experience to the popular tactical tournament game on OnePlus devices”.
PUBG Mobile at 90 FPS on OnePlus Devices
We hear all this much about smartphones having screen refresh rates up to 120Hz but we never really experience these higher refresh rates in Gaming. Now OnePlus has announced that users having OnePlus 8 series, OnePlus 7T series, or OnePlus 7 Pro series phone will be able to play PUBG Mobile at 90 FPS.
The catch here is that it will be only for a month, which is starting from August 6 to September 6. This feature will be available worldwide but will not be available in Mainland China, Japan, and Korea.
“OnePlus is very close with our community of tech enthusiasts, so we know that mobile gamers are looking for a more immersive and smoother experience. That’s exactly what we are delivering with this exclusive 90 FPS experience with PUBG MOBILE, one of the world’s most downloaded mobile games,” said Pete Lau, Founder and CEO of OnePlus. “We will continue pushing mobile gaming to new levels through our industry-leading displays, powerful performance, and fast and smooth overall user experience.”
“The 90 FPS advantage is especially evident while panning, using a scope, running, and searching for other players at a distance. PUBG MOBILE players everywhere can now enjoy the game at a level of gameplay speed and smoothness only available from OnePlus devices during the exclusivity period from August 6 to September 6.”
OnePlus says that it is going to combining all the latest technology with the software, which will include 120Hz refresh rates, Snapdragon 865 chipset, Adreno 650 GPU, and Fnatic Mode on OxygenOS. All of these features will help the mobile to support the game at higher refresh rates.
PUBG Mobile at 90 FPS will be really cool especially on the OnePlus 8 Pro as it has all the top-notch specs. So yes, people with OnePlus 8 should definitely try it out.
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