All about 3rd and 1st person perspective camera –

In update 1.5, the mobile game Pubg brought many new features, rewards, settings and systems to enhance the gameplay. Of all updates, we discuss here the 3rd and 1st person camera image on Ipad display in Pubg mobile.

Did you notice one thing? The Ipad users can capture a wide view of the gameplay screen, but the Android user can see the fixed view.

And you know that I path view is the best for spotting enemies on the battlefield.

So the Pubg mobile comes with good news for the android user about this latest update. They can also use the I-pad view for a camera view in person’s perspective.

Before we start, let’s know: what is 1st person and 3rd person perspective camera view on Pubg mobile?

1st person perspective camera is all about FPP view where you can’t see your character but you can use the eye button for the back.

3rd person perspective camera is all about TPP on which you can see the view with character. You can also use the eye button for all sides.

I hope you understood.

Android vs Ipad Display, Which Is Best?

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The Ipad view is the best option to enhance the gaming experience as you can capture the entire image while playing.

Thus, the game has given all Pubg mobile players a chance to try out a new setting. So try it and feel the difference.

Steps to make Ipad display for FPP and TPP in Pubg mobile

  1. Go to setting
  2. Go to the ‘basic’ option and scroll down.
  3. For FPP, make 1st person perspective 103%. And for TPP, make 3rd person perspective 90%.

But if you feel uncomfortable with the above setting, you can adjust yourself.

But if you play Pubg on Android mobile then 90% and 103% are the best to watch to get an idea of ​​Ipad gameplay.

(Note:) Making Ipad display slows down your sensitivity a bit.

So you can increase the percentage of each sensitivity option from the setting.

And after adjusting the iPad display setting, you can play some matches on TDM, Cheerpark, training ground to know how it works for you.

Updated: March 16, 2022 — 1:03 pm

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