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About PGT: Pro Graphics Toolkit
PGT: Pro Graphics Toolkit, formerly known as PUB Gfx+ Tool is a graphics optimising tool for the most downloaded survival battle royal game PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG for short). Although it is just a small tool and only associated with PUBG, it has been sitting on a high position on the list of top paid Android apps of all time. The demand for the app is so high, its free version on Play Store hits more than 5 millions downloads by November 2020 – the time this article had been written.
The greatest thing about PGT is that it allows budget devices to run PUBG smoothly, optimises the settings on mid-range devices to balance between performance and appearance of the game, or even helps saving battery on even high-end devices. Although the developers haven’t revealed much about how they actually made it work, it can be seen on the interface of the app that there are some of the advanced graphics settings that you can tweak inside the app to achieve your desired results.
What does this app do?
PGT: Pro Graphics Toolkit offers many graphic settings that are not available in the game settings itself, therefore you will have more control over both appearance and performance of the game. Moreover, the app also provides tutorials and online support to make sure you will not get lost in a wide variety of advanced settings.
Before you can enjoy the awesomeness of PGT, make sure you have downloaded the PUBG Mobile game, because the app cannot do it for you due to the restrictions of Google Play Store’s policies. When the app is launched for the first time, you also need to allow it to read your files so that it can modify the setting parameters of the game.
The first thing you may notice in the PGT’s main interface is the one that says “Best settings for your devices”. You might think that the app will automatically determine the best settings based on your hardware performance, but it is more complicated than that. Inside the option lies thousands of presets for you to choose from and then automatically apply your selection to your next game section. You can search for your phone model and select the correct one that shows up, or if you want, you are totally free to apply another phone model’s preset. The choice is totally yours.
Multiple game variant support
Since PUBG Mobile has more than one versions to serve its players in different locations of the world, PGT also has to change accordingly to support all of the variants. However, since the game does not detect what version you are having, you need to select your variant manually. PGT is currently supporting all game variants, however make sure you updated your game to version 1.1x for PGT to be effective. You can choose from Global version, Global version beta, Lite version, and nation-specific variants such as China, Korea, Vietnam, and Taiwan.
Basic settings option in PGT offers a simple way to optimise your game. You can choose the resolution for the game, the overall graphic switches, FPS limit, color scheme, shadows options, and anti-aliasing. While resolution and over graphic switches are straightforward, shadow options and anti-aliasing might sound complicated for novice players. Generally speaking, lowering the settings value to gain smoothness, and raising them to make graphics more satisfying.
Shadows and Anti-aliasing are both very demanding to your system. Shadows settings contain the options to switch on and off, the rendering quality of shadows over surfaces. Anti-aliasing contain MSAA and FXAA settings as well as Anisotropy level settings. MSAA stands for Multisample anti-aliasing, an algorithm which samples every pixel and combines with others multiple times before eventually rendering pixels on your screen, therefore the more samples you want, the more stressful your system is because it has to render multiple times for one frame. FXAA is a simpler anti-aliasing algorithm that uses contrast data to find harsh edges and smooth them out, therefore it puts less pressure on your system. It is strongly recommended to turn on only one anti-aliasing algorithm at time.
These settings are unique and really helps in gaining performance while suppressing unnecessary background tasks. Memory Boost cleans up your internal memory – your RAM – to give more room for your game to use. Zero Lag mode is an ultimate switch that lets you decide the tradeoffs between performance and battery. You can also choose your API for rendering, specifically OpenGL 2.0, OpenGL 3.1+, and Vulkan. These settings are for pro players, however feel free to consult the developer team or your PUBG Mobile community if you really want to mess around. Since everything will be resetted once the game is closed, there will be no catastrophe if your settings happen to be incorrect.
There are options to enable experimental features that are not publicly available. These features are not stable enough to release, however it is somewhat usable and therefore you might want to try out. For example, you can enable Enhanced sound quality to have a more immersive experience that resembles the PUBG game on PC, or you can switch between HDR modes.
In Miscellaneous Graphics, you can also find more minor settings, such as the option to turn on 32 bit and 64 bit color mode, changing between levels of graphics rendering, and turn on Light effects. These settings do not greatly affect your gameplay performance, however consider turning it off if your game becomes laggy and you have done everything necessary to boost the FPS.
Get the latest PGT Plus mod at apkdl.io
PGT + is the paid version of this app on Play Store. Basically, the core features are the same as the free version. However, there are some advanced options available (Advanced Settings) that allow you to step in more deeply into the game and make your optimizations. Therefore, the paid version is completely worth a try. We bring you the latest mod of this app. So you can install and use it for free.
How to install
Please follow the instructions below to install this app.
Step 1: If there is an older version of the app available in your device, please uninstall it
Step 2: Download the APK file we provide. Then save it to your device.
Step 3: Open the APK file then install as usual.
Step 4: Open the app, accept the permissions it asks for. After that, you can use all of the app’s features (Including advanced settings). Have fun!
PGT: Pro Graphics Toolkit is an indispensable to the PUBG Mobile game that always comes in handy for anyone, on any device. If you play PUBG Mobile on a budget and mid-range devices that are not designed for intensive gaming, the tool can magically make your game less demanding and become playable. In case you have a high-end flagship device that can surely run anything, there are experimental features for you to discover. To be concile, PGT: Pro Graphics Toolkit is the key to unlock the potential of the PUBG Mobile game.