Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 4: How to Show Your Ping In Fortnite For PS4, Xbox One, PC, Mobile And Nintendo Switch

Fortnite players can check their connection settings in-game, but it takes a bit of doing. Here's our guide.

Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 4 has arrived, which means there's less than a week left to mop up your Battle Pass before a new one arrives.

If you've found your game feeling a little sluggish, it might be that your Ping is preventing you from nailing those headshots like you want to.

Epic lets players see their Ping, but it does require a bit of a search in the settings. Here's our guide.

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When looking for your Ping, you'll have to be either in a match or the pre-game lobby to be able to access the required settings.

In the pre-game lobby, press the start button on PS4, Esc on PC, or the menu button on Xbox One and select settings.


Once you're into the menu navigate over to the "Game" section and then tab over to "Hud".

Towards the end of the list, there's a "Net Debug Stats" option which you can turn on to allow Ping and debug stats within a match.

It's easy when you know how, but more complex than it used to be.

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