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A higher frame rate can be a great advantage while playing battle royale games like PUBG Mobile. For those who don’t know, FPS is a popular acronym used for Frames Per Second, which ensures the smooth gameplay experience.

With a smooth 60 FPS, you’ll be able to see enemies faster and aim more accurately. In contrast, a low FPS count can greatly degrade your overall performance.

After buying a flagship smartphone for your competitive advantage, you probably want to make sure you’re getting sufficient frame rates or not. Therefore, here’s a way to check the FPS counter while playing PUBG Mobile.

How to show FPS in PUBG Mobile

Android & iOS

While there’s no option available in PUBG Mobile settings to show the FPS counter, you can use Gamebench application on your mobile devices. The application is available for Android & iOS devices and allows you to enable the FPS meter in any mobile game. However, you will also need a computer or laptop to install Gamebench software, an essential component to check FPS.

Gameloop Emulator

Apart from the mobile, PUBG Mobile can also be played on PC/Laptop using the official Gameloop Android Emulator. Follow these steps to enable the FPS meter in Gameloop emulator while playing PUBG Mobile:

  1. Launch Gameloop Emulator on your system.
  2. Go to the My Games section and open PUBG Mobile.
  3. Click on the Menu button located at the top right corner of the screen.
  4. Enable the FPS counter by clicking on the Show FPS option.
  5. Uncheck the Show FPS option if you want to disable the FPS meter in the game.

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