Eurogamer’s Digital Foundry has tested PUBG upon Xbox One X and standard Xbox One and concludes the fact that game is horrendous in the current state on systems.
PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS, or PUBG abbreviated, was launched for Microsoft’s Xbox Game Preview program yesterday, and Digital Foundry place the world’s biggest game worldwide to your test. The normal performance hovers around the 20FPS threshold for both Xbox One X and original Xbox One.
“In regards to first impressions, PUBG is borderline horrendous C an assault of inferior quality artwork, jarring pop-in and disappointing performance”, Digital Foundry’s Richard Leadbetter writes. “Input lag also feels off C whether that’s as a result of deadzone issues to the analog sticks or the variable frame-rate remains seen (it is something we’re researching) and in this respect a minimum of, it will be the same story whether you’re gaming over a standard Xbox One or the X.”
You can explore the full analysis down the page.
Digital Foundry concludes them to expected more with the console version of PUBG, especially considering Microsoft’s direct involvement, and even advises Epic’s Fortnite for the Battle Royale Experience without the presence of technical flaws. “But with Microsoft directly involved with the expertise of the talent deployed over the title, we expected more. Simply a consistent frame-rate would prove transformative to the quality of the experience. We’ll be tracking the progress on this title simply because it evolves, for the time being, we’d consider caution before any purchase C in case you will want a taste from the Battle Royale experience without the technical drawbacks, Epic Games’ Fortnite is powerful.”
Interestingly, that it was recently found PUBG on Xbox One even incorporates a graphics settings menu that’s accessible by connecting a USB keyboard device to the console. Ask for much more about that here.