INTERNATIONAL_ Playing mobile games with large data, heavy capacity requires a decent experience device to have a smoother experience.
Newzoo’s new research has shown some very interesting findings about the relationship between console configuration and gaming ability.
Anyone who has played resource-intensive games like Genshin Impact, Call of Duty Mobile or others will know how those games use a lot of data, machine resources (RAM, ROM).
It seems that game developers are moving away from playing games with lower specs (like PUBG Mobile Lite and Free Fire) to creating games with lots of content and beautiful graphics to provide a good experience. than.
Developers launch heavier games for better devices. Call of Duty Mobile is one of those games that gets more and more powerful with each update (although the developers are still working to fix the reduction in capacity to make it compatible for low-spec devices).
Research done by Newzoo in India has shown that when the requirements of the player need to be more powerful, the reach of the game also decreases. 98% of gamers have a device with 1GB of RAM that can run Free Fire. 92% with at least 2GB of RAM can run Free Fire Max. 73% have 3GB of RAM and only 53% have at least 4GB of RAM.
Will developers continue to release games with low mobile specs gaming requirements? Now that AAA games are available on mobile and native mobile games are also getting better graphically, it is not surprising that the requirements are increasing.
The trend is that “heavy” games will be released more, so gamers need to prepare products with better configuration to experience the product smoothly.