The PUBG Xbox One port is out now, and players have been reporting some performance issues on the game’s first day on console. The game launched on console thanks to Xbox One’s Game Preview program.
It is understandable how players encountered some issues on the PUBG Xbox One port. If you’re not familiar with the Game Preview program, it’s Microsoft’s take on Steam’s Early Access. This means games that are part of this program are not finished yet, but are playable. Bugs, glitches, and other issues will definitely be experienced.
Now as for PUBG on Xbox One, a few issues were noted by those who were able to play it (the game launches at different times, according to region). One of the issues mentioned is the game’s framerate. VentureBeat has reported that the game seems to be running well below 30 FPS, as what the developers said it should.
USGamer has also reported the same issues on framerate, saying that the game is “constantly unsteady, primarily in the lobby area or when initially parachuting into a match, where it chugs along and the environment takes awhile to pop into existence.” The site also noted that this is also evident when the character is running through a field, and trees and bushes “stutter ahead.”
The good news is that server issues, game crashing, or getting dropped from a match have not been encountered so far.
We’re pretty sure these issues will be resolved soon. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds is set to be out of Early Access on Steam by 20 December 2017.
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