The developer Bluehole has announced the second update for the PC version of Playerunknown's Battlegrounds, and is supposed to take care of issues criticized by many PC players.
The battle royale game has set new steam records, millions of players have pulled the Early Access version on Steam and many players have gone to the full version. Shortly after the PC version was stable, followed by an Xbox One version, this version was also a complete success, within the first several days, a total of 1 million copies were sold.
The Frame Rate drops and the performance issues on the Xbox One are known to all and the developers are constantly working on both versions to improve, only this morning a new PC patch (Update 2) was announced. But what can one do against the jerkiness, FPS drops or improve PUBG performance on the Xbox One?
Open PUBG graphics settings on the Xbox One
You can open the graphics settings of PUBG via a USB keyboard (O key), but unfortunately you can only read them and not change them.
On Reddit it was recommended that you can improve FPS in PUBG on Xbox One by disabling Game DVR. This has not yet been confirmed, you can test this by pressing the Guide button on your Xbox and then under Transmission and Recording you can Allow transfer of game recordings and disable.
In short, you cannot do anything about the low FPS right now! You have to wait for the developers to fix this issue.
Meanwhile, the latest PC patch (update 2) brings new opportunities to report cheaters. Also a new crate system will be tested with two new crates. One crate can be opened freely and the other needs a key.
When exactly the new patch with the new contents and features goes online was not mentioned. As soon as it is ensured that the test setup is stable enough, the current patch is moved to the live PC servers. The exact date for the live server update will be announced later.
You can check out the full patch notes on steamcommunity.com