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How To Improve The Graphics Of PUBG Mobile With The GFX Tool App

Written by Hassan Abbas

A few weeks ago we explained how to manually modify certain parameters of PUBG Mobile to improve the graphics aspect of it. Luckily, we now have the possibility to make these changes in an automated way thanks to this application.

GFX Tool is a free app for Android that allows you to increase the resolution and apply a series of aesthetic improvements to Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds for Android.

Although the game itself already includes several configuration options, many of them are limited because graphics mode is not available very high to certain devices.

PUBG Mobile

PUBG Mobile

In addition, the output resolution of the game does not correspond to the native terminal by default, so this application is responsible for choosing the one we want. The only limit is our device’s own ability to move the game.

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How to Use GFX Tool App:

GFX Tool for PUBG
GFX Tool for PUBG
Developer: tsoml
Price: Free

The application is compatible with both the international version of the game and the Chinese version (Lightspeed) and allows you to modify the frames per second, the style (in terms of the intensity of the colors), the shadows or the type of antialiasing.

Touching these parameters we will make the game look much better and almost come to resemble that we are facing the desktop version. The changes can be checked in the video that accompanies the post.

To apply the changes, we must simply open the GFX Tool application and, once the configurable parameters have been chosen to our liking, click on the button to accept the game automatically.

Of course, we will have to carry out this process every time we want to access it since these changes are not registered permanently.

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Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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