Show FPS Warzone 2 – Keeping track of your gaming performance is crucial, especially in multiplayer games like Warzone 2, so having the FPS counter on your screen helps determine if you are falling short of performance.
Call of Duty Warzone 2 is a first-person action shooter game with a single Battle Royale Mode. Like PUBG, this is a free title and a sequel to the famous Call of Duty Warzone. The game was released on the 16th of November and is available on all platforms like Sony PS4 and PS5 Consoles, Xbox S/X and One and even on PC (Microsoft Windows). Although the game features more or less the same mechanics as compared to a prequel, the graphics and the shooting feel much better in Warzone 2.0.
Frames Per Second or FPS in video games is crucial, especially when playing a first-person multiplayer shooter game. The Frames per second or FPS in games show us how optimized, and responsive the game is. As said earlier, First Person Shooter games like COD Warzone 2 rely a lot on superfast reflexes to headshot enemies and will need higher FPS to do that smoothly.
But lags and low FPS can hinder your skill level and lead to match losses and even frustrations. So having an FPS Counter will help you continuously monitor the ingame performance. But it is not turned on by default.
We have covered a separate topic on how to boost FPS in Warzone 2, which you can find here. This article mainly discusses how to display the FPS Counter in the COD Warzone 2 game.
How to show or display FPS in COD Warzone 2
These are the following ways in which you will be able to show or display FPS in COD WZ2.
- Show FPS Counter by toggling in-game settings
- Show FPS using Steam in Warzone 2
- Show FPS using the Geforce Experience
Turn on the FPS Counter inside Game Settings
You can follow these steps to turn on the FPS Counter in Call of Duty Warzone 2.
- Launch the Warzone 2 game from the Steam Library.
- As soon as the game launches, click on the Settings option in the Top Right Corner of the screen
- From the list, select “Interface.”
- Once you click on Interface Settings, a list of options opens up.
- Find the “Telemetry Settings” option and set it to custom.
- Click on the See more option, and you will find the FPS Counter option.
- It will be off by default. Toggle it on, and the FPS meter shows up on the top left of the screen.
Using Steam to show FPS in COD Warzone 2
Using Steam Client, you can follow these steps to show FPS Counter in Call of Duty Warzone 2.
- First, launch steam on your desktop or laptop.
- In the top left corner of the screen, click on “Steam” and then go to Settings.
- The settings window will open, and from the list, click on the In-game option.
- Find the In-game FPS Counter.
- It will be turned off by default. Click on it and select the location where you want your FPS counter to be shown.
- Once you are done, hit Ok and launch COD Warzone 2.
Using Geforce Experience to show FPS in COD Warzone 2
You can also use the Geforce experience to display the FPS counter in Warzone 2. Here is how you can do it.
- First launch the Geforce Experience app
- You can also press Alt + Z to bring up the Geforce Experience Overlay (if you have the overlay already enabled)
- Find your profile icon in the top right corner and select the Account option.
- The Account menu has options for different settings, General, Account, Games & Apps and Sheild.
- Click on the General Option, find the In In-Game Overlay option, and click on Settings.
- When the new window opens, select the HUD Layout and click on Performance.
- From the Performance option, click on the FPS option and position it as you prefer.
- After you are done, you will see the FPS Counter enabled while playing Warzone 2.
- You can toggle on or turn off the FPS meter by pressing the Alt + R together without going into the settings again.
So these are the few ways you can display or show FPS in COD Warzone 2. Feel free to try them out and let us know in the comments below.
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Last Updated on November 24, 2022
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