Display FPS in Apex Legends PC
Apex Legends is the latest battle royale game to hit the market, created by Respawn the team that previously created Titan Fall. When playing a battle royale a lot of players like to know what FPS their game is running at. Lower FPS will result in a choppy “non-smooth” game play. Where as higher FPS gives you a smooth, overall better experience. Most PC players will have either a 60hz, 75hz, 144hz, or 240hz monitor. To get the most out of your monitor you will want to enable your FPS counter to make sure your PC is keeping up.
How To Enable Apex Legends FPS Counter
The Apex Legends FPS counter will have to be enabled in the Origins Client.
- Open Origins Client
- Click Origin
- Application Settings
- Origin In-Game
- During Game play
- Display FPS Counter
Others have noted that to get 144 FPS you may need to adjust your Apex Legends launch options. When editing your launch options add “-freq 144” to the command line arguments
There are also additional software that can display your FPS in Apex Legends. If you have an NVIDIA card, you can enable the Shadowplay’s FPS counter.