Dragon Ball Z Kakarot – How to unlock frame rate to 60 fps

Are you trying to unlock the frame rate or fps in Dragon Ball Z Kakarot? Here is how to do it.

Dragon Ball Z Kakarot – How to unlock frame rate or fps

The launch of Dragon Ball Z Kakarot finally took place and the game has received mixed reactions so far. Some are enjoying it while some are not so impressed. Well, there is no reason to surprised as mixed reviews have become very common for AAA titles nowadays.

Looks like a lot of players are experiencing a good of performance issues and bugs with the game. People have already started complaining about issues like crashes, fps drops, different errors, etc. And the problems are not being faced by users with lower-end gaming PCs only, high end users are also on the same page. There are fixes for some while for some, we have to wait for the developers to release a patch.

One thing players started noticing after launching Dragon Ball Z Kakarot for the first time is that the game is not running smooth enough. And that is because the game runs at 30 fps by default. All the cut scenes are at 30 fps as well.

How to uncap the frame rate in DBZ Kakarot

In order to unlock or uncap the frame rate of the game, all you have to do is go to the settings menu of the game and turn off Vsync. Doing this will unlock 60 fps for the game and if you have a good enough PC then you can enjoy the smoother frame rates.

Now there is a problem. Even though you can unlock 60 fps by changing a single setting, that is all you are going to get. As of now you cannot get more than 60 fps in the game. Also, the cut scenes will continue to play at 30 fps.

We have no other choice but to wait for the developers to address this issue or wait for players to come out with a fix by tweaking the in-game files of the game.

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Last Updated on January 17, 2020