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How To Show The FPS In Star Wars Battlefront 2

In this small guide you will learn how to show the FPS counter in Star Wars Battlefront 2. Like in previous Electronic Arts titles, you will be able to show the FPS in Star Wars Battlefront 2 as well. The FPS counter will help you to monitor your system performance during gameplay. So, let’s take a look how we can enable the FPS…

How to show the FPS in Star Wars Battlefront 2

  1. Open the in-game console with the tilde key (~).
  2. When you see the console, just type “perfoverlay.drawfps 1” without the quotation marks and press the return key on your keyboard.
  3. In case you want to disable the FPS counter again, you can use the console again but this time with the command “perfoverlay.drawfps 0”, alternatively you just restart the game because this will disable your previously used console settings too.

By the way, it’s also possible to activate console commands permanently. If you want to do that, you might want to learn how to create a config file in Star Wars Battlefront 2. Once you learned how to use a config file, you can put the “perfoverlay.drawfps 1” console command into it, again without quotation marks of course. There are also other console commands with useful functions, check out the list of all Battlefront 2 console commands.

Last Words

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