PUBG is an online game; players from all over the world connect to the server that is closed to them and join other players in a game. The reason players join the nearest server is to reduce ping, and then reduce weak. With online games like PUBG, weakness can be the difference between a great game and an instant death.
Fix PUBG crashes after installation
PUBG can weaken for two reasons; bad internet connection or graphics setting that is too high to handle the hardware on your system. however, there are a few things you can do to solve the problem.
Check graphics options
PUBG needs at least a mid-level system to run. Check out the minimum hardware requirements for the game on Steam. Note if your system does not meet the requirements, or simply does not meet them.
- Open PUBG.
- Go to game settings.
- Select Graphics.
- Reduce the graphics to their minimum settings.
- Set Shadows below
- Set Post processing to below
- Set texture to medium or low
- Turn Vsync and blur off
- Set the resolution to the native resolution of your monitor
- Reduce the FOV
- Reduce FPS limit (PUBG is not the type of game you need 60FPS included)
- Quit and restart the game.
Check server ping
The nearest regional server in PUBG may not give you the best ping. You see the ping you are receiving and switch to a server that has a better ping. Better ping means very little weak.
- Open PUBG.
- Go to Preferences.
- Click on ‘Select Server’.
- Check which server has the lowest ping and select it.
Turn off VPN
If you are using a VPN to play PUBG (for whatever reason), turn it off. PUBG may think the VPN is a fraudulent device and may slow down the game or block it altogether. The VPN may not be the right type for gaming. Turn it off and then try to play the game.
Check network ping
Your own internet connection should not have a high ping. If it does, you will need to resolve this with your ISP. Low ping is fundamental in a smooth playing experience.
- Visit Speedtest.net.
- Run a full speed test.
- The ping should be in the lower double figures.
If the ping is high, ask your ISP how you can increase it. At the same time, you should know that the speed of your connection will also affect gameplay. If you have too many users on the same connection, and it’s not a fast one, a game will suffer. Try playing outside of peak hours or upgrade your connection.
Disable repackaging apps
If you run replay apps eg Discord, Nvidia’s ShadowPlay, or OBS, to record the game, it may be causing a game lag. Turn off those apps and try running the game. You should free up a lot of system resources, especially if your hardware is not the best.
Make sure your system is set up to prevent overheating. Make sure that your graphics drivers are up to date, and that you do not have any upcoming updates to install on Windows 10 system. Also, if Steam is waiting to restart after an update, please go ahead and restart as well .
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