PUBG Mobile to Get 90fps and True 10-Bit HDR Support
PUBG Mobile gameplay will influence Snapdragon 865 chipset power to allow for 90fps gameplay and also brings in true 10-bit HDR support.
At the Snapdragon tech summit, it was announced that PUBG Mobile would soon be getting support for 90fps gameplay, which means a much smoother visual output for players. PUBG Mobile is set to get a whole new look and feel and we are thankful for Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 865 chipset.
Moreover, PUBG Mobile will also bring in support for true 10-bit HDR, which has been scheduled to increase the dynamic range of the on-screen content. Also, PUBG has been launched on the PlayStation Now subscription service.
It was also announced at the summit that PUBG Mobile gameplay will leverage Snapdragon 865 chipset power to allow for 90fps gameplay and also brings in true 10-bit HDR support. So we can make out that the PUBG Mobile will soon take advantage of the 90Hz refresh rate panels on phones which will be powered by the Snapdragon 865 chipset.
Sony has also added the PUBG game to the Playstation Now subscription service library. There are two other games too which have been made available - Wolfenstein: Formula One 2019 and The Old Blood.