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Pokémon GO: How to get the best FPS settings for your device

Playing the game to its fullest on iPhone

Pokemon Go has been around for quite some time. The game became an instant hit when it was released a few years ago. With the recent update, the developers have added options for 60 FPS and 120 FPS which are available for iOS. This new feature is still unknown to many, so, this article will explain how one can get the best possible FPS settings for their device in Pokemon Go.

How to increase FPS settings in Pokemon Go to take it to the best level

The update 1.191.0 added a feature in the “Advanced Settings” section in the game which has been developed to match the game’s FPS with the refresh rate of the user’s phone. This development has been done to amp up the frame rate of the game to give the players an immersive experience.

Now the process for increasing the FPS is very simple. Firstly, tap on the Poké Ball at the bottom of the main screen which will open up the menu. After that go to the top right section of the menu and open up the game settings.

Pokemon Go best fps settings
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As soon as the settings menu opens scroll down and you will find the option advanced settings. Open it up and you will find an option named Native Refresh Rate. You need to select that which will synchronize the game’s FPS with your phone and give you a complete gaming experience on your iPhone.

What does this update mean for the game

When the game was released in 2016 it was applauded for presenting a heightened reality to mobile gamers around the world. The game created augmented reality by using the camera and gyroscope of the device on which it was played on. This new update will increase the visual flair of the game by a lot and help in adding more players while keeping the existing ones.

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