Super low graphics on PUBG Mobile (no root) + PC Emulation Test

Not that long ago I did a video on some simple
root apps you could use to improve performance on PUBG mobile for Android while mentioning
that the configuration files are encrypted to prevent people like me from finding ways of
dropping the graphics any further. Ever since then it seems the fascination that
pc gaming community has with modding game graphics has actually extended to pubg, as
different tools have been developed to figure out the configuration files and now we even
have apps that include some rather magical presets for the game with very interesting
results and no root needed. So, thank you to all of you who emailed or
message me about some of this apps. For everyone else… welcome to the LowSpecGamer:
a channel dedicated to lowering game graphics to the minimum and getting the best out of
low end device. Let’s take a look at a couple of options you
have for getting this game working on a weaker or older phone. For the purposes of this experiment, I will
be using a GPD XD android console which I reviewed on this video on the corner. It is starting to show its age for very intense
Android games. And since I hate playing PUBG on a touch screen
it has a functionality that allows me to map the controller to the touch screen. Neat! The main app most of you have been emailing
me about is graphics tool for battlegrounds which has a fair amount of options. It not only has graphical presets, but also
options for shadows, anti-aliasing and resolution. Resolution will not be of great help, since
the game already seems to be using 960×540 on thr lowers settings and if you change shadows
or antialiasing it seems to overwrite the graphical preset, so I will ignore that and
go for the lowest preset. You can also remove the FPS limiter if your
phone is still not supported for 60 fps. Now a more updated quick no-fuss solution
is the HD graphics tool, an ad-supported app with just 3 quick presets
for the game. All that you need is to pick a preset, of
which I will be picking the lowest one. This also removes the FPS limit. If you are looking for the easiest one-click
solution… this is it. Also while this video was being worked on the app updated and added an advance mode that you can use if you want better control However, I will stick to the lowest premade preset from before. The effect generated by any of the two apps
was very interesting. It reminds me of what you could do on the
older versions of PC pubg. A quick direct comparison of ingame footage
makes it very clear how the quality of things like textures have been dramatically reduced. The insides of the houses are particularly
interesting to look at. I love it. Now, this makes me wish every mobile game
had configuration files to play around with! In terms of performance it was not perfect
but maintained itself close enough to 30 fps to be comfortable and rather enjoyable. Another options that you might be considering
is doing the complete reversal… if Android PUBG is better optimized than PC PUBG… why
not play with PUBG Mobile… on PC? For that experiment I picked a test setup
using this dual core Intel Pentium with its integrated IntelHD and 4 GB of single channel
RAM. Since we are essentially emulating an Android
device for this purposes the CPU is going to be the strongest issue here. My initial attempt was with an Android emulator
called NOX… which did not perform well on this setup and none of my attempts at improving
it bore any fruit. BlueStacks, another popular Android game emulator
not only did not perform well but has graphical glitches that I could not fix, even tough
I tried many of the fixes out there. Unsurprisingly the one that worked well was
Tencent Game Budy, an emulator made by the same Chinese giant company that developed
mobile PUBG. It is a quick no fuss way of launching the
game with already pre mapped keyboard and mouse controls. In my test setup I saw somewhere between 25
and 30 fps, which is pretty acceptable considering that this setup is not able to run regular
PC pubg in any way so… that is not a bad substitute. It is just a damn shame you can not access
the configuration files to reduce the graphics further on this emulator. Mobile PUBG is a bit more streamlined and
simplified compare to the PC version but still offers a complete free to play experience,
so if you are going to give it a try, this is the emulator I recommend. It is trully amazing how emulator technology
has advanced, and how can an entry level CPU simulate a phone to this well If you are like me, you probably wonder all
the time how this works, how do computers work, how does memory work… Well, if you are the curios kind but regular
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100 Replies to “Super low graphics on PUBG Mobile (no root) + PC Emulation Test

  1. Me: Found out that PUBG is on mobile
    Gets phone
    Opens phone
    Goes to Play Store
    Looks at requirements
    Installs Free Fire

  2. what app did he use to map the controls to a touchscreen and please everyone like this so he can do this please can you map proper controls for touchscreen games to untouchscreen chromebook

  3. On mobile is releasing PUBG Mobile Lite. Do the video about low grafic on Lite (I'm from Estonia and i don't know english perfect)

  4. Whatttt??? Why didn't I know about this emulator sooner… Time to download it on my gaming pc I'm too poor to buy pubg

  5. low budget tapi pengen main PUBG lancar disini siapa haayoo???
    terbukti, HP 500 ribuan bisa main PUBG lancar tanpa oprek atau root, dll!!! tonton videonya

  6. No I can Access The Configuration Files Of PUBG MOBILE In Tencent Gaming Buddy.
    Here's How To Do It:
    After The Emulator Starts It Automatically Starts PUBG MOBILE.There's A Exit Button Looking Like A Arrow On The Right Hand Bar Which Is Giving U Options Like Full Screen,Start Recording etc.Double Tap That Button And The Game Will Exit And Bring You To A Screen Where It Is Only Having The Icon Of PUBG MOBILE along with it's Name.Press F9 at this Points
    and the internal apps like browser,settings,etc will come out.After This Open Browser And Open Google And Then Download ES File Explorer Like You Would Do In Any Other Emulator.After Download Is Complete,Open ES File Explorer Which Will Be Present Beside PUBG MOBILE After You Exit Browser.After This Open ES File Explorer And Click On 50% Storage.The Go To Android>Data>com.tencent.ig And Locate UserCustom.ini.After U Open U Are Not Supposed To Understand Anything.So You Have To Download Another App Named PUBG Config Converter And Copy line By Line To Decode The Meaning.This Video Explains How:

    In This Way,You Can Modify The Configuration File Of PUBG MOBILE.

    I Know Someone will Cenrtainly Do Something To Fix The Lag. In The Same Method U Can Also Install GFX Tool or any other app In The Official Emulator but this didn't help me.It's Still Laging.Please Help Me I Know There's Still Something That Can Be Done

    PC Specs:
    Intel Dual Core E5700 Processor
    AMD Radeon HD 7450
    4 GB of RAM

    Also U Can Enable 4xMSAA And Disable HW Overlay To Improve Performance By Enableing Developer Options From Settings(Note:You Have To Do This Every Time You Start The Emulator).Here's How You Do It

  7. You shoud press F9 for others hidden apps in Tencent Gaming Buddy such as browser
    And then download GFX Tools just like on your video
    It will help you improve the performance on that emulatour.
    And byaway, nice video
    Hope you have a great day

  8. I recommend pheonix os for pc emulation not only its an emulator but it also works without running it on windows and if u play pubg mobile itll be soo smooth try it i promise its better than these shitty emulators

  9. Hey you can get better graphics on pubg mobile if you install Android on your pc (using a Android x86 image or Phoenix os)

  10. bro plz make tencent gaming buddy on pc with low graphic possible so that i can achieve 60 fps plzzz plzzzz

  11. please how to play it on my potato pc my specs are
    intel(r) q45/q43 express chipset graphic card

    4 gb ram

    250 gb rom

    Intel(r) core(TM)2 duo cpu e8400 @ 3.00ghz 3.00ghz processor

    64 bit operating system

    HP Compaq 8000 elite cmt pc

  12. try phoenixOs its an Android os for pc (personal experience : tencent gaming buddy 40-45 fps then severe drop in fps, on phoenix os 40-45 fps constant)

  13. PUBG Mobile in Tencent Gaming Buddy is a blessing to owners of crappy PCs. On lowest settings you would need an absolute dinosaur to not be able to run it. It's a great game, too, and I actually prefer the gameplay to real PC PUBG, and best of all, it's FREE!

  14. It's realy hard to root, I tried but it didn't work I also tried apps like k root but my phones security got in the way, if I did root it I would already have an ocd gpu.

  15. Could u make a video on using the emulator on even a lower PC
    Say intel Pentium B970 @2.90 GHz
    Integrated graphics and 8gb ram

  16. Pubgfx tool and bagt are the best, because they are always up to date and they have potato features for low end phones

  17. If you want to do this on emulator,just exit pubg and press F9,click on browser and find and install these apps.
    Hope this helps!

  18. guys in pubg tencent emulator i get the white screen .. i tried all solves this program in youtube and still .. any one can help me

  19. To be honest, when it comes to PUBG PC at least, it's not the kind of game you can get away with running on super low settings. I certainly wouldn't recommend it. The visuals are a huge part of the game as if you're struggling to be able to see players, you're at a game-breaking disadvantage. I noticed a huge difference just by going from a 60hz monitor to a 144hz monitor. In particular, I how smooth it felt moving my cursor around the screen. It's a huge advantage when it comes to aiming/writ flicking. If you want to stand a chance of being anywhere close to competitive in that game, you need a low-medium range rig. I run the game on an old i5 4670K (OC to 4.2 Ghz), GTX 970 and 8 GB DDR2 RAM with a SSD. I've tuned the operating system for maximum efficiency. The frames with the game vary greatly depending on where you are/how many players there are close to you ofc but I average around 120 fps on Erangel. You could buy my kind of system for under £400 minus the monitor.

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