Cyberpunk 2077 Is the beast of the game, and if you want to experience it in all of ray tracing, high resolution, and gorgeous glory, crush Frame Rate (FPS). A big thank you to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 gamers. You must be having a hard time.. Cyberpunk 2077 PC users will also be punished, but at least a little graphical overlay of the frame rate will give you an idea of how bad the damage is.
For example, if you purchased Cyberpunk 2077 From GOG, if you’re playing on Windows, you should usually be able to hit. Shift + CTRL + Tab Pull up GOG Galaxy Frame / sec counter.. However, if that doesn’t work, you should try a different approach. And there are many options you should choose from.
A very basic FPS counter that you can call comes directly with Windows 10. Press to enter game mode. Windows Key + G, Then the Performance box is displayed. It provides a convenient FPS counter after management access and system reboot. And Graph.
Use the pin icon to paste it over the gameplay, but it can be a bit distracting.
How to enable FPS counters on Steam
Of course, there are many other apps that can provide FPS counters.If you are playing a downloaded game vaporJust enable overlays via, Steam> Settings> In-game:
Make sure you turn on the in-game FPS counter and select that location. When you do, it should look like this whatever you are playing:
If you haven’t purchased the game on Steam and want to track your FPS using Steam overlays, go ahead and install the game as you like.Then manually add to Steam via Games> Add non-Steam games to My Library.. You can now access the Steam overlay to see the frame rate.
How to enable FPS counters on AMD / Nvidia apps
If installed AMD Radeon software Or Nvidia GeForce Experience, You can enable the in-game FPS counter from either app. I don’t have an AMD card so I can’t explain the process directly, but this video is great for showing where the “metric overlay” option is. Use this to in-game FPS counters — within AMD’s Adrenalin software. (Spoilers: on the “Performance” tab.)
Also, to see the overlay, make sure you’re running the game in full-screen mode instead of window mode.
Within Nvidia’s GeForce Experience, pull up the general ones of the app Configuration Make sure in-game overlays are enabled.
Then click Configuration Click the button for that and click HUD layout> FPS counter, Enable. It’s as easy as that, and in your game it looks like this:
Another way to get the game’s FPS counter
There are many other apps you can use to get FPS counters in your favorite games. There is also a lot of other information about the system and graphics card.Classic flap It comes to mind — it’s also useful if you want to take a quick screenshot of gameplay, but it was last updated in 2013, so it’s not really an app optimized for recording. We have seen many recommendations for both. Riva Tuner And MSI afterburner, A robust universal solution for dropping overlays useful for games, and Razer’s third-party software, cortex.. The graphics card manufacturer may also have its own app, such as EVGA. Precision X1, Can be used to create overlays.
Beyond It, The FPS counter that can be used for the game may be built in, so you will not be bothered by other apps. Check your game settings to see if there are any options available. Probably somewhere in the game’s “Video” or “Graphics” settings.
If you’re lucky, the game also comes with a benchmark mode so you can see the performance of your system. None You need a small counter to run on the game. Still, it’s always a good idea to pack that number in the corner of the screen, especially if you’re wondering how different moments in the game put the system at its limits.