Greene said they were getting 30 to 40 FPS last time he checked. Even being limited to 30 frames per second at launch, PUBG should still offer quite a bit of fun, so expect to see it become very popular on Xbox One.
PlayerUnknown's Battleground, popularly known as PUBG, will arrive on the Xbox One soon. It was revealed at the time that two extra maps were planned for the game: the aforementioned desert map, and another map set on an island in the Adriatic Sea. "We're still constantly improving it so, you know, the aim is to get to 60". Xbox Game Preview is Microsoft's answer to Early Access.
"Definitely on Xbox One X, 60FPS".
"We want to get those 4K textures in there, but we still have to make them".
Hoping for 4K textures on Xbox One X appears to be out of the question for right now too according to the same interview in gamesTM.
You can check out the latest trailer down below for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds which will be heading to Xbox One Game Preview on 12th December. "The amount of detail that has to go into 4K textures is enormous, and it's going to take us some time to get them, but we do have a plan".
PUBG (Player Unknown's Battlegrounds) rose from relative obscurity to one of the most played games on Steam. If you are a fan of this title, you should know that the companies have planned 2 titles for these platforms: PUBG Mobile Game: Battlefield and PUBG Mobile Game: Army Attack. Chock-ful of content that's not even in the base PC game yet, the trailer is a rather cinematic take on what a regular PUBG match would look like if it was directed by Michael Bay himself (sans the tons of aimbots and wallhackers that break the game).