This is because Minecraft requires support for DirectX12FL11, and the Radeon HD 5450 only supports up to directx11, so your CPU entirely runs the game due to the way directx works. Your system does not meet the minimum requirements of Minecraft bedrock edition.
This is my FPS on 1.16.201, with smooth lighting, view bobbing, and fancy graphics etc turned off.
(The recording dosent show it as bad, look at the top left corner where theres the fps counter from onix)
Constantly at 10-15fps
tbh I just said that cuz most people use it. I use the latest version and I have no lag nor do I get lag spikes.Because of the improvements from dx11 to dx12, for anyone on windows 10 with a supported graphics card the latest version should give the highest fps.
This. At least some sort of communication between Microsoft and their partnered servers would be possible right?Bottom line: 1.16.40 is better. 1.16.100 isnt that great, but definitely playable. Just to recap the differences, n 1.16.100, you face lower framerate (but not as bad as 1.16.200+), some block rendering issues, and the notorious villager bug (in vanilla survival). I was really looking to have cubecraft support 1.16.40 still...but I guess I can live with 1.16.100.
Its unfortunate that the community is put in this mess to begin with. Quality control at microsoft has gone down the drain. Microsoft wont listen to this community. They only care about making money from the marketplace and alike services. Perhaps cubecraft could use their position as a partnered server to voice these concerns. I cant see the aforementioned issues with newer versions fixing themselves anytime soon.