I have seen pro players' gameplay videos in which the bullet can be seen all the way to its impact point. Mostly in long-range shots where a small, flashy dot travels till it hits something. But I cannot see it when I play. Are there any graphic settings I should change?

I play on an i3-6100 processor with a 4 GB 1050 Ti graphics card and 8 GB of 2400 MHz RAM with low-medium graphic settings.

GIF of what I am talking about:

GIF of PUBG bullet drop
  • As far as I know, bullet shots is visible during flight only if you shooting with VSS. In videos you watched player was probably shooting with VSS.
    – Exerion
    Feb 5, 2018 at 13:10
  • I think I saw shroud shoot with kar98 once Feb 5, 2018 at 13:18

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It also depends on your resolution, I would assume.
And I don't know if you keep scoped in while your shot travels. Because some guns are automatically put down after the shot (e.g. Kar-98k)

To keep your scope zoomed-in, just don't let the left mouse button go after your shot.

  • Thats a neat trick I must say. What resolution would you recommend? Feb 5, 2018 at 13:19
  • @MandeepJain I play at 2560x1440 and I am able to see the bullets, or at least the bullet impacts quite okay, I'd say - depending on the distance of course. Feb 5, 2018 at 15:27
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    You will only see that bullet drop when staying scoped in with snipers that allow it. It shouldn't be a resolution thing.
    – n_plum
    Feb 5, 2018 at 15:51

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