PUB Gfx + Tool Pro is a paid tool made by Abhinandan Trilokia, senior member of XDA. It has a simple goal – to improve the performance of PlayerUnknown’s BattleGrounds (PUBG) on your mobile. The operation is simple, as all you do is modify the game configuration files on your device. This and previous tools have not yet banned users, but always be careful when using external tools to modify your gameplay. There are a multitude of options to choose from, between ultra-high graphics settings to release your device’s FPS, this app has it all. What’s more, AndroidFinal users can get the full version of the app for free at here on our website!
PUB Gfx + Tool Pro is currently a best seller on the Google Play Store in India and Indonesia, and for good reason. It is an application that does well what it advertises. Take a look at some of the images below. Among several basic graphics settings, more detailed fixes and advanced details and settings, there is a lot here to check.
While it’s pretty clear that the graphics settings work, what about in-game FPS? How is this affected by using settings like Vulkan, Zero Lag Mode or even just reducing the resolution in half? We set out to find out. First, let’s test what FPS we get from an unmodified PUBG installation on OnePlus 3. We use an older flagship to test, since newer flagships will not need this kind of modification to run the game.
If you are wondering about the exact test conditions, my OnePlus 3 is on the latest version of OxygenOS with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, GPU Adreno 530 and 6 GB of RAM. We would like to especially thank the team at GameBench for your help. Its tool allows anyone, whether an ordinary user, journalist or engineer, to test the performance of a mobile game on an Android device. They have an Android app that you can install to start comparing your games.
Not modified: PUB Gfx + Tool Pro
Although at first glance this may seem like a great performance on the OnePlus 3, it’s only when you’re in the game that you notice the problems. The average FPS is 30, but by default, OnePlus 3 runs the game to a limited SPF of 60 . This means that while there are massive SPF drops, there are also huge SPF drops to 60 for no apparent reason. For example, when driving / running and a distant city starts to load, the FPS will drop to 10, which makes the game impossible to play. It is stable in many ways when you are not moving, but driving is especially painful. Even parachuting out of the plane at the beginning of the game is a complicated task, as it is a hectic mess.
PUBG Zero Lag mode on OnePlus 3
We decided to go for what may be the best in the group first – zero delay mode. This is a great result. Although 38 FPS is not much, zero lag mode actually limits the FPS to 40 as it is also an efficient battery mode. Keep in mind that it is a 6 minute play, but it was enough for me to pass Pochinki, kill 3 and drive a motorcycle through the fields before falling to my death. It is an absolutely stellar result in contrast to the previous one, which had a median of 20 FPS around the same time in the game.
PUBG Vulkan mode on OnePlus 3
Vulkan is the successor to OpenGL and may actually be Android’s default graphics renderer in the future. These results are interesting because while the SPF was limited to 20, the stability is almost 100%. It is difficult to choose between using Vulkan and zero lag mode, as both have their advantages. Of course, with Vulkan it is much more stable, and in turn, thanks to the lower FPS, we get less CPU usage and therefore less battery consumption as well. Of course, one of these two modes is the best so far, but we have one more test to try.
PUBG with everything low on OnePlus 3
This occurs with low graphics, shadows disabled, detail mode disabled, OpenGL 2.0 enabled and memory boost enabled. The resolution was also set to 960 × 540.
As we can see, it is average. This is definitely an improvement over the initial unmodified version, but not much. The shootings are smooth, but the direction is agitated again, as the game begins to render distant objects. When working in the same area, everything is 40 FPS or higher, which is good, but there are disadvantages when traveling will cause you to experience frame drops. Still, it’s worth playing with it just to see if it works best on your device.
Any Battle Royal player can customize resolution, enable HDR graphics, unlock the FPS limit and adjust other options like shadows, texture quality, MSAA, with unique features like simple Shaders, potato graphics and more.
DISCLAIMER: This is an unofficial PUBG mobile application and is not associated with Tencent & PUBG Corporation.
PUB Gfx + Tool Pro – Is it worth it?
PUB Gfx + works, no doubt about it. Some of its settings work better than others, and the zero delay mode does exactly what it says on the can. This is by far the best option if you want a quick and easy solution ready to use. Definitely worth a try if your device is having trouble running PUBG. Let us know in the comments what you think.
This publication was last modified on 18 November 2020 22:07