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