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ShadowPlay Highlights & PUGB: Final Thoughts
PUBG runs very well on a GeForce GTX 1080 Ti; but then most games do. We’re seeing about 75fps on avg with full-tilt graphic settings and the resolution at 1440p. We did receive a slight FPS bump and reduction in lag by turning off the Windows 10 Xbox Game Bar DVR, which seems to affect performance most in congested lobbies and in open rural areas.
Our biggest gripe with PUBG is more functional and not performance related. Animation and some movement mechanics need work—in particular, the awkward jumping and lack of climbing. Jumping over a waist-high wall is maddening. At this time, there is also no mantling or climbing and the max height for a jump is surprisingly low, considering you can fall from a two-story building and land in a boss-like Matrix-style squatted stance without a scratch. The developers have shown samples of climbing, vaulting and mantling animations to come, however. Let’s just hope all the success brings the fixes and tweaks in that much sooner.