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 cog icon located at the bottom of the screen, or pressing F3 on PC. The button is highlighted in orange on the image below.
Once in the Settings menu, head into the ‘Interface’ options by opening the tab at the top of the screen. Here, we can enable the FPS Counter.
It’s found under the ‘Telemetry’ section, being the first option. Make sure it’s set to ‘Show’, and go back to the home screen to save your changes.