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PUBG Mobile 90fps exclusively available on OnePlus devices

07 August 2020 0

OnePlus has announced a special partnership with PUBG Mobile that brings exclusive access to 90fps gameplay. The higher frame rate support is available on all OnePlus phones that feature a 90Hz or higher display. The exclusivity factor will be there until September 6th as it is when the deal between the two parties will expire.

The high refresh rate gameplay can be enjoyed on OnePlus 7 Pro, OnePlus 7T, OnePlus 7T Pro, OnePlus 7T Pro McLaren Edition, OnePlus 8, and OnePlus 8 Pro. All of these devices come with a 90Hz display. If you own any of these phones and also play PUBG Mobile, simply visit the game settings and graphics section. There you will see the brand new "90fps" option next to the existing frame rate options. Tapping on the same will enable the new high frame rate on your device.

In the official announcement, OnePlus said:

"With this gaming partnership highlighting high refresh rate gaming, you will be the first in the world to experience 90 FPS gameplay on PUBG MOBILE. The 90 FPS advantage is especially evident while panning, using a scope, running, and searching for other players at a distance. PUBG MOBILE players everywhere can now enjoy the game at a level of gameplay speed and smoothness only available from OnePlus devices."

The OnePlus PUBG Mobile 90fps support is available globally excluding Mainland China, Japan, and Korea. As mentioned in the beginning, it will be exclusive to the OEM brand until September 6th. Once the exclusivity expires, 90fps support will be available o all smartphones as long as they feature at least 90Hz display.


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