16 Jul 2021 4:32 PM +00:00

Apex Legends Season 9: How To Show FPS Count on PC

There's plenty of new and exciting content to come in Apex Legends Season 10. You can keep up to date with all the changes with the patch notes.

If you're looking to become a Champion, you'll want to be able to check your frames-per-second when playing on PC, otherwise known as FPS.

Here's how to find out how smoothly your game is running.

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Apex Legends: How To Show FPS Count on PC


Head to the "Settings" tab within Apex Legends. Find the "Gameplay" tab and search for "Performance Display", now toggle it on!

The Performance Display will show you your FPS count, as well as any input lag or packet loss you're experiencing, so it's incredibly handy if you're lagging or your game isn't quite working as intended.



When you open Origin, head into the "Application Settings". Choose the "In-Game" tab, under the FPS counter option, you can opt to set the counter in any corner of the screen.

Now you'll be able to keep an eye on your FPS counter in a match – just don't let it distract you in the middle of a firefight!

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Steam is fairly similar to Origin. Click "Steam" in the top left then "Settings". Select the "In-Game" tan and then select which corner to put your In-game FPS counter!

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