- PUBG Mobile will shortly support 90Hz fps gameplay.
- The PUBG mobile gaming is also gaining support for a true 10-bit HDR display.
- PUBG is now accessible on PlayStation as well.
Qualcomm just declared its latest Snapdragon 865 SoC at its three-day Snapdragon Tech Conference in Hawaii. We’ve covered in-depth thought more about what’s new with the chip and how it works, there are many other statements made on the second day of the event. Qualcomm declared that the online battle royale title PUBG-Mobile will shortly get support for 90fps, along with support for a true 10-bit HDR image. Additionally, PUBG is being attached to Sony’s PlayStation Now subscription assistance library, joining Wolfenstein: The Old Blood, and Formula 1 2019.
Qualcomm declared that they have been operating closely with the PUBG -Mobile team to bring 90 fps gaming to the public. This means we can finally expect a smoother, more fluid gameplay with PUBGMobile, which is still held at 60fps on smartphones. Currently smartphones like the OnePlus 7 Pro and above, or the Asus ROG Phone support 90Hz display, but it doesn’t mean that you will be able to play the PUBG at a higher frame rate. The decision of PUBG Mobile working at 90Hz doesn’t really come as a shock since we already reported that the 90Hz and even 120Hz gameplay was being tested in beta. PUBGmobile is beating all the games. Even elon musk loves it
Qualcomm also declared that PUBG Mobile will get true 10-bit HDR support. The mobile game can be awaited to feature better overall dynamic range and color intensity with the new feature, it will be obvious only on devices that support a 10-bit HDR display. A PlayStation Now subscription allows players to play over 800 games with a monthly fee of $9.99 (700INR approx) or $59.99 (4,300INR approx) per year.