Many Warzone players on PC have been suffering from terrible frame rate drops, but luckily there is a simple way to fix it!
Frame rate is incredibly important in a fast-paced FPS game like Warzone. Not only does it make the movements of sprinting enemies much smoother, making them easier to hit, but a higher frame rate also lets you react quicker.
Therefore, many players want to have th highest frame rate possible.
Despite this, the Warzone Season 4 update has introduced a glitch for PC players which significantly lowers their frame rate. Find out how to fix this annoying problem below.
Warzone Season 4 Low FPS Glitch
Many Warzone players on PC have been burdened with a significant frame rate drop after the huge Warzone Season 4 update. Plenty of players have noticed their FPS drop to around 15-20 at the start of every match.
This is well below what is expected and basically makes the game totally unplayable. And to rub more salt in the wounds, Warzone can now run at 120 FPS on PS5.
Don’t reset your game just yet though. There is an easy fix for this frame rate drop with just two button presses.
Warzone Low Frame Rate Fix
Luckily, many Warzone players have found a straightforward fix to stop the frame rate drop.
Simply, you can press the escape button on your keyboard to pause the game and then press escape again to go back into it. Your frame rate should be back to normal!
Players don’t know why this is happening, but at least there is a very simple for fix this annoying problem so you don’t have to play Warzone with a huge frame rate drop anymore.
Meanwhile, Warzone Season 4 has introduced loads of new content to the game, including the Ground Fall event. Find out how to complete the limited-time ‘Crash Site Recovery’ challenge in Warzone.
Also, some mysterious new doorways have been spotted across Verdansk. What are the Warzone Red doors and how do they work?
Finally, Warzone has a new best gun in Season 4. Try out this totally overpowered MG 82 loadout next time you drop into Verdansk!