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PUBG Mobile 1.0 update to provide significant performance boost, $2M tournament coming soon

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After being around for about two years, PUBG Mobile has faced a lot of competition — even one from a prominent FPS franchise.

Despite that, PUBG Mobile is still one of the most popular smartphone games around the world. In fact, it was even hailed as the highest-earning mobile game last May 2020. Now, Tencent’s PUBG Mobile team announced that the PUBG Mobile 1.0 update is finally launching on September 8, 2020.

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The company claims that the update will bring 30% in frame rate increase and 76% in lag decrease. Of course, the amount of improvement will still depend on the capabilities of the smartphone you’re using.

PUBG is also adding a couple of significant and visible improvements. A couple of design overhauls are added like a new lobby screen, parachuting, sprinting, and more.

Graphical components were also upgraded. The new lighting systems, texture quality, models, and more will bring a new and realistic appeal to the environment.

Elements like particles, air blasts, smoke, muzzle flashes, and a new scope interaction were also added to make firing and combat more realistic.

See also: How to increase FPS in PUBG Mobile

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Moreover, the PUBG Mobile Global Championship will kick off this November 2020. Pro players from South and SouthEast Asia, China, Middle East, Europe, and Americas will battle it out for a prize pool of USD2 million (around Php97 million).

With the pandemic going on, a rep from the PUBG Mobile Team says that having on-site audiences on the PMGC Season Zero would not be possible. But if it is safe to do so, the league may start in late November, happening on multiple studios.

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