Everyone has at least heard about PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (or PUBG for short) if not played it. It was released in early 2017 by Krafton inc. and since then been one of the most popular games to ever hit the market, both on PC and mobile with the concurrent player count easily passing hundreds of thousands in number. It is an online battle-royale game in where after you spawn, you have to find and loot survival equipment in order to stay alive. And it’s not just you doing this, but it’s a hundred players doing the exact same thing. If this idea excites you, then you have come to the right place. The game can be played on PC by android emulation. We will be telling how to play PUBG Mobile with 90 FPS on PC.
In this guide, we will walk you over the steps to download the android emulation software and then how to make PUBG Mobile run on it with 90 FPS. It is easy to do this using GameLoop 7.1. GameLoop is one of the largest android emulators for downloading and playing mobile games on PC. And don’t worry, you won’t be running into pesky cheaters as well because the GameLoop engine has anti-cheat enabled.
Make sure to download the latest version of GameLoop available here. Currently the latest version is GameLoop 7.1 Beta. If you already have GameLoop then kindly update it to version 7.1 Beta. Install GameLoop and open the application.
Disable V-sync if you have a less then 90hz display
Make sure you have a high refresh rate display or you can turn off Vertical Sync from GameLoop settings (engine settings).
Enable 90 FPS in GameLoop engine settings
Next ,open the GameLoop Settings and go to the Game tab and select the resolution and quality you want to play it. Just make sure you have the hardware to support it. Select the FPS as 90.
Enable PUBG mobile 90 FPS
You can now start the game and go to the PUBG game settings. Select Smooth Settings for Graphics and then select 90 fps.
Unable to Select PUBG Mobile 90 FPS Option
If you’re not getting the 90 FPS setting then there a few things you can try:
Open the GameLoop menu and click Clean Cache. This will refresh your GameLoop settings.
Login the game via a Guest account. Select Smooth Graphics and Extreme FPS. Restart the game. This will enable it 90 FPS and then you can go back to your main account. The guest account should not have the Combatant Lobby option in the PUBG game Graphic Settings.
Uninstall and do a fresh install.
You can check your FPS by the FPS counter provided by GameLoop.
That is it. That is all it takes to run PUBG Mobile at 90 FPS on your PC using GameLoop for its android emulation. You can now have an advantage over other people by having a higher FPS (and hopefully a display that supports 90Hz+) as it will deliver smoother, tear-free gaming with less input lag. Let us know in the comments below if our guide helped you. Feel free to read up on more guides prepared by us: