How To See FPS In Warzone 2 [All Methods]

Learn the various methods to see the FPS in Call Of Duty Warzone 2

FPS (Frames Per Second) is the most crucial setting to keep an eye on while playing COD Warzone 2, and that is why you must know how to see FPS in-game.

Key Takeaways
  • You cannot see the FPS counter if you are playing Warzone 2 on a console
  • There are four ways to see the FPS counter; the game’s internal setting via Steam, using Geforce Experience, and the window’s Gamebar
  • Server Latency is equally important and can be toggled on when turning on the FPS counter
  • High FPS and low server latency are responsible for smoother gameplay 

Enable the Game’s Internal FPS Counter

To enable the counter, you will have to follow the given steps below:

  1. Press ‘F3’ (shortcut key) on your keyboard to open the settings menu.
  2. Find ‘Interface’ and click on it.
  3. Another list will show up; find ‘Telemetry.’ Set it to ‘Custom.’
  4. You will be able to see ‘See more options’ right below the Telemetry settings.
  5. A list of options will appear. On the top, you will see the FPS counter. Toggle it to ‘On.’ 
  6. You will see Sever latency on the 2nd; toggle it to ‘On’ as well. 
Warzone 2: Internal Setting To See FPS
Warzone 2: Internal Setting To See FPS [Image by eXputer]

Steam FPS Counter

  1. Open Steam.
  2. Go to ‘Settings’ (located on the top left corner of the screen).
  3. Find the ‘In-Game’ option in the list and click on it.
  4. Find the FPS counter and turn it On
  5. You will have to restart the game to see the counter.
Show FPS Using Steam
Show FPS Using Steam [Screenshot Grab: eXputer]

Geforce Experience

Geforce Experience is yet another software to turn the FPS Counter on for the users to NVIDIA graphics card. If you have this software, you can enable the FPS counter in Warzone 2 by following the steps given below:

  1. Open the Geforce Experience.
  2. You will see your profile’s icon on the top right section of the screen. Click on that and then select ‘Account.’
  3. A new list of options will show up; click on ‘General.’
  4. Among the new options being displayed, find ‘In-Game Overlay’ and click on it.
  5. Click on ‘Settings’ in the In-Game Overlay section.
  6. Select ‘HUD Layout’ from the new window that opened up.
  7. You can customize the HUD layout from here.
  8. Click on ‘Performance,’ then on ‘FPS,’ and select the counter position.
Show FPS Using Geforce Experience
Show FPS Using Geforce Experience (1) [Image Captured by us]
See FPS Using Geforce Force (2)
See FPS Using Geforce Force (2) [Image Credit Copyright: eXputer}

Windows Gamebar

Press “Win+G” on your keyboard to display the settings bar on your screen. You can click on the settings on the bar to select which options you need to see. You can choose to see only FPS or anything you want.  

Can You See FPS Counter On Consoles

Unfortunately, the answer is No! You can only find the FPS counter on PC. Players can still see the server latency and packet loss options. To do that, you must follow the following steps:

  1. Press the ‘Pause’ button on your controller.
  2. Go to the ‘Settings.’
  3. Navigate to ‘Interface.’
  4. Click on ‘Telemetry’ and then click on ‘Custom Settings.
  5. Click on ‘See more options’ right beneath the telemetry option.
  6. Here you will see the ‘Server Latency’ option. Toggle it on.
Warzone 2: Server Latency Settings on Console
Warzone 2: Server Latency Settings on Console [Screenshot Grab: eXputer]
On the top left of your screen, you will see all the numbers being displayed.

Keeping an eye on the FPS counter is quite important. You get to know the performance of your device in different maps and conditions. Moreover, you can change the trade-off FPS if your device is underperforming.

Server Latency is numbered with ‘ms’ written with them. It means “milli-seconds” of delay. Higher the delay, miserable the game will be. So, when you have server latency numbers being shown on the screen, you know how is your server speed. If the numbers rise, you need to check your internet connection

To read more about Warzone 2.0, we have detailed guides about the best SMGs loadout and Shotguns loadout in the game. We also have error fix guides such as proximity chat not working etc. 

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Sulaymaan Ahmad is a Senior Writer on eXputer who covers all the latest and greatest games. He has an engineering background and a knack for decimating players in First-Person Shooter games. He also enjoys narrative-driven games with characters he can emotionally invest in. Sulaymaan's love for gaming has been going strong for several years which is evident on his gaming profiles at Steam and PSN. Experience: 3+ Years || Written 150+ Guides || Mainly Covers Strategy Guides on eXputer

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