PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Is Aiming for 60fps on Xbox One X

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds Is Aiming for 60fps on Xbox One X

However, Greene noted that the developer Bluehole is enhancing the game before launch, so that it can reach 60 FPS on both the standard Xbox One and the Xbox One X.

It's no secret that PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds still needs a lot of polish in terms of the PC version so it shouldn't come as much of a surprise that the same will be required on Xbox One.

"Sure, from a server point of view we have to be, but that's what our goal here is".

At the same time, Greene acknowledged that frame rate "isn't that important" for a game like PUBG compared to a twitch-based shooter like Call of Duty.

"Definitely on Xbox One X, 60FPS". "The last time I saw it, it was running at about 30 to 40", the Game Director explained. While the Xbox One X is nearly guaranteed to hit this locked threshold at launch, the standard Xbox One is a little more up in the air right now.

Let us know what you think about the state in which Battlegrounds is in right now.

After Tuesday's news about publisher Tencent bringing PlayerUnknown Battlegrounds to mobile phones in China, today the first trailer has been released, and it looks a bit different to the game now on Steam, to say the least. There are still plenty of things wrong with the game and PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is starting to play the price.

PUBG, the popular shooter game is one of the most exciting games to arrive in 2017, and will launch on the Xbox One on December 12. While the game will launch at 30 FPS across all platforms, it's unclear what the future will hold for PUBG on consoles in terms of visual fidelity or quality as these are risks associated with purchasing an early access title.