A few days ago, Android versions of Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds was updated in China. While both PUBG Army Attack and PUBG Exhilarating Battlefield are perfectly playable, the second has a much more manageable latency and fluidity for a mid-range terminal. In addition, many users have been investigating the configuration files of the game and have discovered a method to improve their graphics. We explain how to do it.
The first thing we need, besides obviously having the game installed (in the blog we already made a tutorial on how to do it ), is a file browser to be able to access the path where the configuration file in question is located. We will also need an integrated text editor, so if we do not have any of the functionalities we can try to install ES File Explorer. Of course, if your excess debris dissuades us we can always use the wonderful MiXplorer.
Anyway, we’ll have to go to the file explorer in question and access the following route:
Android> com.tencent.tmgp.pubgmhd> files> UE4Game> ShadowTrackerExtra> Saved> Config> Android
Inside we will have to edit the UserCustom.ini file, which includes a series of numerical parameters that we will have to modify if we want to improve aspects such as the distance of vision or the quality of the shading. As there are many elements to modify, here we show you the highest possible configuration. When we finish we save the changes and the magic will be done.
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Here are some screenshots of the final result:
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