Here are all the 120Hz-enabled games you can play on the Razer Phone 2 (Updated)

Out of the Razer Phone 2‘s many features, its 120Hz display is one of the biggest highlights. It’s hard to go back to a regular smartphone display once you plant your eyes on a display that can refresh up to 120 times a second.

As with the “UltraMotion” display on the original Razer Phone, the high refresh rate not only allows for smooth gameplay, but smooth navigation throughout the OS as well.

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Gaming is the Razer Phone 2’s focus, however, so it makes sense to Razer to advertise as many games that support the 120Hz display as possible.

Thankfully, Razer has put together a full list of compatible titles on its website, with well over 60 titles supporting high refresh rates. These titles include favorites like Injustice 2, Pokémon Go, Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition, and Vainglory, just to name a few.

Here are all the UltraMotion-supported games confirmed so far for the Razer Phone and Razer Phone 2:


  • Tekken Mobile
  • Injustice
  • Injustice 2
  • Mortal Kombat X
  • Marvel Contest of Champions
  • Shadow Fight 3


  • Gear.Club
  • Real Racing 3
  • Hill Climb Racing 2


  • Battlejack: Blackjack RPG
  • Evoland
  • Final Fantasy Brave Exvius
  • Final Fantasy XV: Pocket Edition
  • Fire Emblem Heroes
  • Lineage 2: Revolution
  • Marvel Future Fight
  • Middle Earth: Shadow of War
  • Old School Runescape
  • Runescape
  • Space Rangers: Legacy
  • Vendetta Online
  • Summoners War
  • Soul Seeker
  • Wonder Tactics


  • Bust-A-Move Journey
  • Cats: Crash Arena
  • Chicken Jump
  • Cooking Craze – A Fast & Fun Restaurant Chef Game
  • Dariusburst -SP-
  • Pac-Man
  • Pac-Man Pop!
  • Raystorm
  • RC Soccer
  • Space Invaders Infinity Gene
  • Super Mario Run
  • Super Samurai Rampage
  • Subway Surfers
  • Sonic Forces: Speed Battle
  • Turbo Stars
  • Zen Pinball


  • Arena of Valor
  • Vainglory


  • Shadowgun Legends
  • Hitman Sniper


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


  • #KillAllZombies
  • Alto’s Adventure
  • Bleach Brave Souls
  • Bug Butcher
  • Caterzillar
  • Don’t Starve
  • Don’t Starve: Shipwrecked
  • Far Tin Bandits


  • Minecraft
  • Sandbox 3d


  • Armajet
  • Boggle With Friends: Word Game
  • Card Thief
  • Chameleon Run
  • The Simpsons: Tapped Out


  • Ballz
  • Deus Ex Go
  • Dragon Ball Z Dokkan Battle
  • Flippy Knife
  • Groove Coaster 2
  • Heart Star
  • Hitman Go
  • I Love Hue
  • Lara Croft Go
  • Mini Metro
  • Puzzle Quest 2
  • Star Vikings
  • South Park Phone Destroyer


  • Big Shot Boxing
  • Golf Clash
  • Golf Star
  • MLB 9 Innings 17
  • OK Golf
  • Pumped 3


  • Dub Dash


  • Pokémon Go


  • Plex

While the Razer Phone 2’s 120Hz display may be the flagship’s most attention grabbing feature, it still has plenty of other things going for it. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC and 8GB of RAM help to keep things smoothly chugging along, while the 64GB or 128GB of expandable storage should be plenty for all your media needs.

Two 12MP cameras sit around back, while the back material swaps out the aluminum of the original Razer Phone for glass. Even though this makes the phone more prone to breaking when dropped, it also means the inclusion of Qi wireless charging.

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Finally, there’s a massive 4,000mAh battery to keep you gaming on-the-go and two front-facing speakers to keep you immersed in the action.

Which games are you looking forward to trying out on the Razer Phone 2? Let us know in the comments below and be sure to check out our additional coverage on the Razer Phone 2 while you’re at it.

More Razer Phone 2 coverage

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  • Razer Phone 2 specs: Familiar, but better in all the ways that matter
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