Here’s a list of games compatible with the Razer Phone’s 120Hz screen

Razer entered the Android ecosystem in 2017 with Razer Phone. The smartphone, which runs on Android Nougat, is among the very first to have a 120Hz screen. Razer said the phone would be for “hardcore gamers,” since Razer is a gaming company, and that’s exactly what we got.

If you’re unaware, the Razer Phone features a 120Hz display, meaning that graphics should feel a lot smoother. This is because Hz is describing the phone’s refresh rate, and the more refreshes in a span a time means smoother performance. Now that Razer put it out there, we’d expect many more to do the same in 2018. But does it truly make a difference? It’s up to you to decide.

Not all Android games support 120Hz yet, but there is a bunch that does, including some titles you may recognize. It would take time to manually search the Play Store for every 120Hz optimized application, so to help us out, Razer is keeping a list of all 120Hz-optimized Android titles on its website.

If you own a Razer Phone, enable 120Hz in settings, test out one of the below applications, and let us know in the comments if you see any difference. There are currently over 40 titles, and Razer is keeping the list up-to-date at its website linked below as the source.

The below comes straight from Razer.

Fighting
Tekken Mobile
Injustice
Injustice 2
Mortal Kombat X

Racing
Gear.Club
Asphalt 8
Riptide GP: Renegade

RPG/MMORPG
Final Fantasy XV: Personal Edition
Space Rangers: Legacy
Vendetta Online
Runescape
Lineage 2: Revolution
Evoland
Middle Earth: Shadow of War

Arcade
Pac-Man
Pac-Man Pop!
RC Soccer
Super Samurai Rampage
Chicken Jump
Zen Pinball

MOBA
Arena of Valor
Vainglory

FPS
Modern Combat 5
Shadowgun Legends
Hitman Sniper

RTS
Titanfall Assault
Warhammer 40k: Freeblade
Warfair
World of Tanks: Blitz
World of Warships

Action-Adventure
KillAllZombies
Meridian
Bug Butcher
Caterzillar
Dash Galactic

Sandbox
Minecraft
Sandbox 3d

Other
Chameleon Run
Armajet

Puzzle/Strategy
Star Vikings
Puzzle Quest 2
Talos Principle
Mini Metro
Hitman Go
Lara Croft Go
Deus Ex Go

Sports
OK Golf

Rythym
Dub Dash

Location-based
Pokemon Go

SOURCE [Razer Support]

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