PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has won a Game Preview version for Xbox One which, despite its resounding success, has been suffering from performance issues and instability. Fortunately, there are some techniques that can help increase FPS and mitigate errors and bugs until they are fixed by updates. Check out the guide to better run PUBG on your console.
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Disable capture of pictures and videos from your Xbox One
The most popular and efficient of solutions to handle crashes and crashes of the Player One Unknown Xbox's Battlegrounds is to completely turn off the option of capturing images, videos and broadcast gameplay over the internet. The absence of functions leaves the console system lighter and free up space, causing PUBG to run with improved performance.
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds: See Tips to Improve Game Performance on Xbox One
Make a Power Cycling on your console
In some cases, not even closing and reopening the game will solve problems such as crashes during games or even menus. In this case, a simple Power Cycling can solve the situation. Just hold the console's power button until it turns off completely, unplug the power supply, and then turn it on again.
Make a Power Cycling on your Xbox One to troubleshoot PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds
Wait for the textures to fully load
The preview version of Xbox One's PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is suffering at the time of loading map textures. In addition to leaving the look of the game very ugly until loading, this can also cause errors that completely close the game. When encountering areas of the game that did not have their textures loaded, avoid running around to reduce the possibility of crashes. Falling in very distant areas can also cause problems.
Wait for PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds textures to load on Xbox One
Close all console applications
Apps such as YouTube, Netflix and Spotify are PUBG villains, as they consume power from the console of Microsoft and can bring down the performance of the game or cause it to close unexpectedly. Before you play, be sure to close all other Xbox One apps.
Close apps like Netflix and YouTube on your Xbox One
Keep PUBG up to date
The version of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds for Xbox One is under development (Xbox Game Preview), which means that the game can still suffer from instability and other problems. Be sure to keep it up-to-date for the latest patches and patches released by developers.
Keep PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds up to date on your Xbox One
Install an SSD on your Xbox One
A more radical measure that can greatly enhance the performance of PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds on Xbox One is to replace the original console HD with an SSD. Much faster, SSDs provide faster access to game files, making it easier to load textures and information, as well as faster loadings.
You Can Install an HD SSD on Xbox One to Boost Your Performance
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