If you’re playing Diablo 4 on PC, you’ll be able to enable an FPS Counter to track your in-game frame rate with a simple command.
If you’re noticing some stutter in your gameplay, get a closer look at what could be causing the issue by tracking your Frames Per Second (FPS) using this simple trick.
How to Show FPS Counter in Diablo 4
To display their FPS in Diablo 4, players can use the command CTRL + R while in-game.
Pressing the key combination once will show the FPS Counter in the bottom left of the screen. Pressing it again will display your current Latency instead, a feature that will help you see how much your game is lagging.
Finally, pressing CTRL + R a third time will remove the FPS / Latency tracker altogether.
The FPS Counter isn’t something that players can enable in Diablo 4’s settings or via the main menu. Instead, it can only be enabled using the command above.
Using Third-Party Applications
Of course, players can decide to use a number of third-party applications to track their in-game FPS should they prefer.
Those with NVIDIA GPUs can make use of the GeForce Experience App to enable an in-game overlay (Alt + Z) complete with a Frames Per Second counter.
If you have an AMD graphics card, you should instead take advantage of AMD Radeon Software, which also boasts an in-game overlay (Alt + Z) with similar features.
Of course, since Diablo 4’s in-built FPS counter is only a couple of button presses away, we’d recommend sticking to using that one.
Is There a Diablo 4 FPS Counter on Console?
No, Diablo 4 does not have an FPS Counter to enable on Xbox or PlayStation consoles, including Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, and PS5.
The feature is only available on the PC version of the game, at least in Diablo IV’s Open Beta.
However, given that there was no way to track your FPS on console in Diablo 3, we can’t see the feature coming to the new game anytime soon.