PUBG Workaround Eases Framerate Issues On Xbox One Consoles
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has seen great success on the PC platform and recently just found its way on o Xbox One consoles as a game preview title. While there was quite a lot of hype for the game to come to the Microsoft platform, there are a few issues with the battle royale port like poor texturing, strange controls, and extremely low framerates. Eventually the developers will fix these issues but for now it seems there may be a PUBG workaround that helps temporarily run a bit smoother, though at a cost to some.
Many people love to stream, and a game like PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds makes for a great game to do so. Players are reporting that in order to improve framerates on the Xbox version, users will need to turn their Game DVR/Capture settings off. Xbox One X players have seen a vast improvement with the settings turned off and the standard Xbox One and Xbox One S also sees an improvement, albeit not as much. It might not solve all the problems in the game but the more stable framerates are much appreciated. Sadly players will no longer be able to stream using this method, or capture clips of those epic Chicken Dinner wins.
Will you be trying this workaround or will you ignore it to continue streaming and capturing clips? PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is available for PC, as well as a timed console-exclusive for the Xbox One. Let us know your thoughts on the PUBG workaround and more in the comments section below. As always, don’t forget to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter for 24/7 coverage of all things gaming and entertainment.
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