How to display the FPS Counter in Diablo 4 on PC
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Diablo 4 has officially launched into its early access period, which is only accessible to players who pre-ordered the game or bought a specific edition. Those players have likely already explored Sanctuary quite a bit, but they might be wondering where their pre-order and Deluxe Edition content is. Between looking for that content and exploring the game, some players on PC might be asking other questions. One of those questions that have been popping up all over social media is how to display the FPS counter in Diablo 4.

Naturally, this is more of a PC issue, as consoles generally don’t have to worry about displaying their frames per second. PC players want to ensure that they are getting the most out of their hardware and that their settings are providing a stable experience in-game. Although, since Battle.Net does not currently have the option to display FPS in its games, players will have to go through Diablo 4’s settings to do so.

If you want to see exactly how to bring up your FPS counter in Diablo 4, check out the guide below.

Displaying the FPS Counter in Diablo 4 on PC

display the FPS Counter in Diablo 4 on PC
You can see my FPS counter in the bottom left corner of the screen. | Screengrab via Upcomer

Luckily, bringing up the FPS counter just requires a single button combination. To display the FPS counter in Diablo 4, simply press Control + R on your keyboard. You can press either the Left Control or Right Control button on your keyboard, depending on your layout. This will then trigger the FPS counter to appear in the bottom-left-hand corner of the screen. It will simply say FPS: (your current frames per second).

I found this FPS counter to be extremely accurate, as I also had my Nvidia FPS counter up alongside to test its accuracy. The two counters were in sync most of the time, so you can safely rely on the counter in Diablo 4 to give an accurate and real-time look at your frames.

Joey Carr is a full-time writer for multiple esports and gaming websites. He has 7+ years of experience covering esports and traditional sporting events, including DreamHack Atlanta, Call of Duty Championships 2017, and Super Bowl 53.