All pro players that we've analyzed use a monitor that's capable of pushing over 60 frames per second.
PUBG used to be locked to a maximum refresh rate of 144 frames per second, which is probably why we see a comparatively high amount of PUBG professionals who are still using a 144Hz display. Over the past couple of months we've seen the standard shift to 240Hz though, which is the case for all of our analyzed games.
Getting a higher refresh rate monitor makes the action on the screen much more fluid which can improve your ingame performance, which is why we always recommend to get a high refresh rate monitor if your budget allows it. Luckily there are many reasonably priced 144Hz monitors such as the BenQ XL2411and ASUS VG248QE.
The advantages of a high refresh rate don't end with the monitor though; if you're using a system that's pushing 60 frames per second you'll have an input latency between 55 milliseconds and 75 milliseconds; play on a rig that's producing 240 frames each second and that latency is reduced to values between 20 and 35 milliseconds.
Gaming at high refresh rates thus isn't just a matter of getting a high refresh rate monitor, but it's also a matter of getting a good gaming PC with a dedicated graphics card. We've been analyzing the graphics cards that the pros are using to give you an idea of the horsepower you'll need to run the game at different framerates and different settings. Feel free to check out our guide here in case you want to know more about the performance of different GPUs.
To the right you can see an excerpt from that article in the form of the average expected frames per second (at 1920 x 1080) with three of the best graphics cards out there right now. It's incredibly important to maximize your frames, but obviously it doesn't make sense to get a top of the line graphics card if you're running a budget build, so feel free to read our guide to get a general idea of the framerate that you should expect with different GPUs.
In any case: 144 frames per second (coupled with a monitor that's capable of displaying those frames) is very much the new competitive standard, so we see that as the minimum if you want to be competitive, as the advantages of a high refresh rate setup cannot be denied.
- 3rd Person No Scope: 230-250 percent.
- 1st person No scope: 230-250 percent.
- Red Dot, Holographic, Aim Assist: 25-35 percent.
- 2x Scope: 33-45 percent.
- 3x Scope: 34-45 percent.
- 4x ACOG Scope, VSS: 26-31 percent.
- 6x Scope: 19-24 percent.
In Game Settings for Visibility
Brightness : I'd make sure to set your brightness up a little.. most people seem to prefer a value between 60 and 70. Shadows : setting this to LOW will ensure that indoor shadows brighter than normal, while avoiding them looking blocky and pixelated, as you would get on VERY LOW.
- Graphics: Smooth.
- Frame rate settings: High(30FPS), Ultra(40FPS), Extreme(60FPS)
- Style: Colorful.
- Anti-Aliasing: Disable (Saves battery and reduces lag)
- Auto-adjust graphics: Enable (automatically lowers settings if FPS fluctuates too much)
Finding your perfect sensitivity. It's important that your sensitivity allows you to at least make a 180 flick with relative ease (if you need to lift your mouse to do a 180 you need a higher sens or a bigger pad) while still allowing you to track targets with relative ease.What sensitivity do most pros use? ›
The majority of pros use 400 DPI and between 1.5 and 2.0 in-game sensitivity.Which is better 2 finger or 4 finger in PUBG? ›
A sufficiently skilled person can destroy an entire squad that is playing four-finger claw using just two fingers. Luck also plays a part in the game. However, if you are looking to win, in my opinion, mastering four-finger claw is the most logical choice.Who is the World No 1 player in PUBG? ›
The AUG A3 is also known as the gun with “no recoil”. The recoil of the gun is extremely low and players can control it very easily even if they are beginners.Who is the god of PUBG? ›
Coffin is known as God of PUBG Mobile. When it comes to real pro level PUBG Mobile skills, nobody comes close to Coffin. Coffin usually plays SOLO vs SQUAD high intense matches.
The OTs-14 Groza or Groza is the powerful and deadliest Assault Rifle in PUBG Mobile which can only be found in Air Drops. It offers base damage of 49 and uses 7.62mm rounds with a mag capacity of 30 bullets.Which sensitivity is best for headshot? ›
- General: 75-90.
- Red-Dot: 70-80.
- 2X Scope: 65-80.
- 4X Scope: 75-80.
- Sniper Scope: 40-50.
- Free Look: 15-30.
There is no 'Best Sensitivity Setting' for PUBG or for any other game for that matter. The Sensitivity setting for every gamer varies from person to person. So, you need to spend time in the Training room. Use AR's and Snipers, use different sensitivity levels.What is the best sensitivity for no recoil in PUBG? ›
- 3rd Person(TPP) No Scope: 150-200%
- 1st Person(FPP) No Scope: 130-180%
- Red Dot, Holographic: 50-100%
- 2x Scope: 80%
- 3x Scope: 15-30%
- 4x Scope: 10-25.
- 6x Scope: 5-10%
- 8x Scope: 5-10%