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  1. Syfe SEAZe
    Cupcake Jul 11, 2020

    Last edited: Jul 11, 2020

  2. Syfe SEAZe
    Cupcake Jul 11, 2020


  3. G_Paul_may_fQlR
    Eclair Jul 12, 2020


  4. SunSpear
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 14, 2020

    SunSpear , via OnePlus 6T , Jul 14, 2020 :
    Username: DealrOfDeath
    Fave skin: Domino
    Fave Emote: Bhangra Boogie of course!! :)

    As for gaming on a device, it's passable, but nowhere near console or PC level, IMO.

    Main reason? Screen size.

    I've played Fortnite and other FPS on PS4, Switch, PC and my own OnePlus 6T.

    I've gotten my share of Victory Royales on the 6T, but the experience was not pleasant. It's leagues away from a gaming rig PC with multiple monitors or a PS4 on a 100" projected screen with Atmos.

    On the go...definitely a solid option (a Switch Light is arguably better ergonomically though), but for avid gaming, sorry OP.

    I'm an OG fan and I love you, but no. :)
     

  5. domestoboto
    Gingerbread Jul 20, 2020

    domestoboto , via OnePlus Community App , Jul 20, 2020 :
    Realistically, it won't.

    I have a 7T with a thermoelectric cooler attached to its back, and I see around 45-50FPS most of the time just in Party Royale; on the main BR Map, it's rare for the 7T to regularly do more than 60-70FPS.

    The only times it will exceed 60FPS and approach 90 are in Creative, the big Party Royale screens, or when you're camping at some location far from the enemy action (but you're probably playing Fortnite wrong if you camp a lot of the time)...

    😬
     

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  6. domestoboto
    Gingerbread Jul 20, 2020


  7. sfomin
    Nougat Jul 20, 2020


  8. BiOnicTecHie
    Gingerbread Jul 20, 2020

    BiOnicTecHie , via OnePlus 7 Pro , Jul 20, 2020 :
    Sadly that's true.[e]1f614[/e]
    Thanks