how to get extreme fps in pubg mobile without gfx tool

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) is an online multiplayer battle royale game developed and published by PUBG Corporation, a subsidiary of South Korean video game company Bluehole. The game is based on previous mods that were created by Brendan "PlayerUnknown" Greene for other games, inspired by the 2000 Japanese film Battle Royale, and expanded into a standalone game under Greene's creative direction. In the game, up to one hundred players parachute onto an island and scavenge for weapons and equipment to kill others while avoiding getting killed themselves. The available safe area of the game's map decreases in size over time, directing surviving players into tighter areas to force encounters. The last player or team standing wins the round.


PUBG Mobile “Graphics” Settings Differences


Changing PUBG Mobile graphics settings won’t give you a competitive edge. Not in the way you might think, anyway.

It’s true that in the early days of PUBG it was possible to spot players hiding in bushes by dialing back the settings and culling that pesky bush from existence, but after nipping that particular design flaw in the bud, PUBG Mobile’s numerous graphics options won’t ever reduce or increase draw distance (how far you can see). Instead, it’s more about altering the distance in which low-res assets are swapped out for better quality stuff, adding shadows for realism, and improving the overall lighting effects. Nothing that will help you spot a target before they spot you.

What these settings can do is more closely synchronize the speed of the game to your reactions. While we’ll be going on about how you should set your Graphics to “Smooth” and Frame Rate to “Ultra” no matter what device you’re on, we took screenshots of the game running on “Smooth” and “HDR” through a high-end PC using the Tencent Gaming Buddy emulator to demonstrate how these two extremes compare.

PUBG Mobile “Frame Rate” Settings

Even with the Graphics settings pushed down to low, you might hit the FPS limit imposed by the Frame Rate setting on the same menu. The list below details the maximum FPS allowed by each setting. You’ll want to aim for 60FPS for that silky smooth experience, but Ultra or High can feel just fine depending on your gaming background.
  1. Low: 20
  2. Medium: 25
  3. High: 30
  4. Ultra: 40
  5. Extreme: 60
Professional gamers will tell you how much reaction speed comes into play, and a low framerate is a bottleneck – something that limits their natural ability to play. 60FPS and above is the dream, but most phones, outside of gaming-specific phones like the ASUS ROG and Razer line of devices, can’t even display more than 60FPS due to their 60Hz screens being incapable of refreshing the on-screen image faster than 60 times per second. So unless you’re running something purpose-built for gaming, you’ll want to aim for that 60 FPS cap.
Here is a trick to play pubg mobile in ultra, extreme ,hd ,Hdr graphics in pubg mobile without Gfx tool only follow some steps it is working 100 %

First you have to download the file from given link below 

DOWNLOAD

After that Go to File Manager and move this file to

  1. Android --> data--> com.tencent.ig -->files-->UE4Game-->Shadow tracker extra-->Shadow tracker extra-->Saved--> Config-->Android  (PAST EnjoyCJZC)
  2. Android --> data--> com.tencent.ig -->files-->UE4Game-->Shadow tracker extra-->Shadow tracker extra-->Saved-->Savedgame  (past Active) 

Then Paste the file .After pasting the file reboot your device then after reboot open pubg mobile and Enjoy

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