Although originally thought to run at 60 FPS, PlayerUnknown would later clarify with a Tweet that PUBG will run at 30 FPS on all Xbox One devices at launch. It might seem unfair to Xbox One owners that they only get to play at 30fps and Xbox One X owners even get a competitive edge with the higher frame rate, given the game is fast paced and every microsecond makes a difference. They'll certainly be keen on trying, though. There's no word on when the Xbox One version of the game may see the new map, but we'll see what happens there on December 12. So I think we could see incredible numbers on console, but again, I don't want to jinx it.
Taking to Twitter creative director Brendan Greene emphasized that the game is still in early production, and as a result won't be running at 60FPS at launch. Yes, it is important, but it's not as important for us as it is in a twitch shooter. If it weren't for the help of Microsoft's major investments insofar as manpower, Xbox LIVE connectivity/servers, and co-ordination, it's very likely PUBG wouldn't come to consoles for quite some time. Not only is the hugely popular arena shooter slated to exit early access on PC by the end of the month, but it will also be arriving on consoles. "Fuck" cause it's a lot of work.More news: Russian Federation rejects U.S. call to cut North Korea ties
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.
The mobile version of PUBG will launch in China first and so far no outlet is confirming that the game will launch in other parts of the world, but it will be insane not to capitalize on the PC game's wild popularity.