Battlefield 2042 has not had the best of releases in terms of bugs and errors, but at least the servers are stable and it’s still the beta. The good news is the game brings what fans love about the series. With all the performance issues with the game, you would want to know the frame rate you are getting while in-game. You want to know how to enable in-game FPS counter in Battlefield 2042. It’s quite easy to show FPS in Battlefield 2042, keep reading and we will share how.
How to Activate or Enable the FPS Counter in Battlefield 2042
To display the FPS in-game in Battlefield 2042, you need to bring up the command and type in the command. Once you do that, you will be able to see the FPS you are getting in the game. The FPS counter will even work while you are offline.
Here are the steps you can follow to show the FPS while playing Battlefield 2042.
- Launch the game and click on Options to go to the Main Menu (You can also use the command box while you are at the mode selection screen)
- Hit the tilde (`) or (~) button while you are in the main menu or mode selection screen to bring up the command box.
- Type the command perfoverlay.drawfps 1 in the command box (you have to type, you cannot paste)
- Hit Enter and press the tilde (`) or (~) button again to exit.
That’s it, you should not be able to see the FPS on the mode selection screen as well as while you are in-game.
That’s all we have in this guide. We hope you know everything to show FPS while in-game in Battlefield 2042. Check out the game category for more informative guides and tips to play the game.