If you're an avid player of Call of Duty Blacks Ops 4, it's likely that you'll want to enable to FPS counter, especially if you are playing on PC. That way, you can keep an eye on your frames per second (FPS) and make sure you're running the game well enough.
There are multiple ways to show FPS in almost any game. When it comes to Black Ops 4 though, one is already integrated and ready to use. If you find you have a low FPS (less than 60), you can try lowering some of the graphics settings.
Below, we have a quick guide for turning on the FPS Counter in Black Ops 4. Whilst we've covered some more guides for the game which can be found here.
Showing Your FPS
To show your FPS in Call of Duty Black Ops 4, head into the Settings menu. You can get there by pressing...
The Satchel in Red Dead Redemption 2 acts as your inventory, where you will store items such as provisions, tonics and items to donate to camp. Bigger items such as weapons and outfits will be stored in your horse Satchel instead.
It's incredibly easy to fill up your satchel, requiring constant trips to the general store or back to camp to donate items. Luckily though, you can upgrade your Satchel so that you can store more items.
Below, we have a quick guide for increasing your inventory size. Whilst we've covered more guides for Red Dead Redemption 2 here.
Increasing Inventory Size
To upgrade your Satchel, you'll need to head to Pearson at your camp. If you don't know where this is, look for the food icon on your map in camp. Once there, choose the 'Crafting Upgrades' option.
Once in the Crafting Upgrades window, you will see a list of items that you...
One of the missions you complete early on in Red Dead Redemption 2 is making a campfire. You'll do this mission as you are introduced to hunting in Chapter 2.
By doing so, you can rest anywhere in the game world and cook any meat inside your inventory. It's incredibly useful for if you want to wait until morning or replenish your cores overnight.
Below, we have a quick guide on how to make a campfire in Red Dead Redemption 2. Whilst we've covered many more guides for the game here.
Making a Campfire
To make a Campfire, open up your item wheel by holding L1 on PS4 or LB on Xbox. Move from the 'Weapons' section into the 'Items' section.
At the bottom of the wheel, you'll notice the camp which can be built. If it's not there, you may need to use L2 or R2 to alternate through the items. If you...
Like any other game by Rockstar, you're provided with a world map so that you can see where about you are. It also provides an index, so that you can search for specific places and set a way-point.
For example, if you want to buy a new horse, you will need to look for a stable on the map. Then you can set a GPS route. Areas on the map in Red Dead Redemption 2 and invisible, and won't show up until you've visited the area.
Below, we have some quick instructions for opening the World Map in Red Dead Redemption 2. If you want to check out some more guides, check out our dedicated area here.
Opening The Map
To open the map, press the 'Options' button on your PS4 Controller, or the 'Menu' button on your Xbox One Controller. Both of these buttons are found in the center right area of...
Rockstar has done it again. Red Dead Redemption 2 had the biggest opening weekend in entertainment history, grossing $725 million in three days.
Technically, Grand Theft Auto V still had a bigger launch, grossing a billion dollars, but since it launched on a Tuesday, Red Dead 2 still had a bigger opening weekend, since it launched on a Friday.
Honestly, though, does second place overall really even count when it’s second to yourself? It would be like Usain Bolt running his record-breaking 9.58-second 100 metre dash, and then running again and getting 9.57 seconds. Like, we get it, relax.
The reviews seem to back up this huge accomplishment as well. Check out a quick ratings roundup below.
Metacritic - 97/100
IGN - 10/10
Gamespot - 9/10
GamesRadar+ - 5/5
Game Informer - 10/10
The Guardian - 5/5
USGamer - 4.5/5
Eurogamer - Recommended
Forbes - 9/10
Basically, it's an absolute masterpiece. Stop reading about it and go play it.
Achievement Hunters, don’t fear. Maplestory2 has a heap of trophies for you to collect, and titles to show off on your character. But, with there being so many, what is the quickest way to collect them all?
In this article, we’ll talk you through the hotspots and quickest ways to accumulate yourself a heap of trophy points. Plus, you can check out our other Maplestory 2 guides right here at Pwrdown!
1. Complete the story quest line
The main story quest line isn't only the best way to get started in the game. You can pick up a heap of trophies by working your way through it. You’ll discover areas, complete dungeons and kill numerous amounts of mobs. All of which have chains of trophies. Life couldn’t be easier!
2. Work on your life skills
Life skills are heavily overlooked by a lot of players, but they can prove to be beneficial. While you’re...