<div class="paragraphs"><p>Tweaking your FPS settings can help you improve gameplay.&nbsp;</p></div>

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How To Show FPS in Apex Legends

Nutan Lele
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Your FPS will determine how smooth the action is on screen.
Most players prefer the standard 60 FPS for Apex Legends.
Turning on your FPS in Apex Legends can help you figure out your PC performance.

FPS or frames-per-second helps players determine how smooth your game will be. Most players aim for around 60 FPS as a standard in Apex Legends. Too low of an FPS can ruin your immersion and stop you from making that clutch play. Too high of an FPS is great to make the action even smoother but this can put a strain on your graphics card in the long run. However, to figure out what your FPS is in the first place, you'll need to turn it on in Apex Legends through the settings. Doing this can help you determine what FPS you're currently playing at and make any necessary adjustments to your performance settings. In this article, we will see how to show FPS in Apex Legends in-game, in the Origin client, and on Steam.

How to turn on FPS in Apex Legends

Follow these steps to turn on the FPS counter for Apex Legends on PC.

In-Game

  1. Go to Settings.

  2. Go to the Gameplay tab.

  3. Toggle Performance Display on.

You’ll now see FPS and ping data in the top-right corner. 

Origin

  1. Open Origin.

  2. Click your EA ID in the bottom left corner.

  3. Click Application Settings.

  4. Go to the Origin In-Game tab.

  5. Scroll to During Gameplay.

  6. Under Display FPS Counter change where you want to display FPS.

Adjust the FPS Counter Window Size and FPS Counter Transparency to your preference.

You’ll see FPS displayed in the corner of your screen where you chose to display it.

Steam

  1. Open Steam.

  2. Click Steam in the top left corner.

  3. Click Settings.

  4. Click In-Game.

  5. Find the In-game FPS counter.

  6. Toggle it from Off to On and choose where you want to display FPS.

You’ll now see FPS and ping data in the top-right corner of the screen.

You’ll see the FPS counter (High contrast color enabled) displayed in the corner of your screen that you chose to place it.

Turning on your FPS tracking can help you determine whether you should turn down other performance settings. This isn't limited to low-end PCs. Capping the FPS on high-end PCs can help lengthen the life of your graphics card.

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Nutan is AFK Gaming's source for everything from Twitch to the Twitterati. Her focus lies in distilling esports content from around the world. As the former captain of Girlaxy India, she brings an experienced eye in analysing the League of Legends scene.