Due to the sheer number of horrifying demons on your screen at one time, Diablo 4 may encounter a few FPS drops here and there. To enjoy everything that Diablo IV has to offer, one should be able to have the maximum possible FPS at all times. But the game won’t tell you immediately how good it is running on your PC, so you have to find a way to do it yourself. So here’s what you need to do in order to show your FPS in Diablo 4.
How to Enable the FPS Counter in Diablo IV
In order to show your FPS at all times, just hold down Control + R at the same time. FPS should now be displayed on the bottom left corner of your screen, and you can now use it as your guide when tweaking your settings to a comfortable state.
Using Control + R again will show your current Latency instead, and pressing the shortcut a third time will remove it completely. Sadly, there’s currently no way to see both values at once using inside the game, so you’ll have to cycle through them whenever you feel like you’re running into performance problems in order to see the real culprit.
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The FPS counter also cannot be moved from that corner. It’s an awkward spot to place this kind of info (those are usually on the upper corners), but there might be some new options to customize it in the future. Nothing included as of June 2!
That’s all you need to know about how to enable FPS in Diablo 4. Now that you’re aware of how good the game is running on your machine, it’s time to grind those levels as quickly as possible to make sure you’ll get those sweet Beta Test rewards once the game is finally out. Good luck on your journey!