How to see your FPS in FusionFall Retro (or any other game) with Steam

How to see your FPS in FusionFall Retro (or any other game) with Steam


Hello everyone, Ben here. Today I just wanted
to show you how you can visualize your FPS inside the FusionFall game, for that you are
going to need the Steam Store App, this one right here. Once you have it, you simply go
to library, select on the left bottom corner: Add a Game, Add a Non-Steam Game and you will
see all these applications popping up, that’s all your applications registered in your computer,
you simply scroll down a little bit until you find FusionFall Universe, you check the
mark right here and select the button that says Add Selected Programs, once you have
it right here all you have to do is create a desktop shortcut, once you’ve done that,
you will always open the game with Steam, if you don’t do this and you simply try to
open the game as normally, you will not have the FPS feature, that’s because you are not
opening the game with Steam, doing this everytime you double click your desktop icon is going
to open the FusionFall Universe that is linked to Steam. Ok, once we’re here all you have
to do is click on Steam right here and select settings, you go to ingame settings and right
here where it says In-game FPS counter you select whatever you want: Top left, Top right,
Bottom right or Bottom left, I just have it on Top left, once you select this all you
have to do is click OK and open your game. You can click on PLAY or open your desktop
shortcut, once you click on PLAY you will see that it always loads Steam at first, here’s
your launcher. All you have to do is play your game like normally and you will always
be playing like that, let’s see how long it takes to open… Once you are past this screen,
you will see the FPS counter right here. There you go, right in the Left top corner I have
my FPS, what do you think? 64 FPS, 95 FPS, because I’m recording, the FPS are a little
lower, I’m usually around 130 FPS, that’s all you have to do, I hope you enjoyed this
video and give it a try, this is an easy way and– I think it is a perfect way to see your
FPS without being a bother in your screen, because as you can see is really small right
here in the Top left corner, so that’s it, hope you all like it and give it a try, see
you next time!

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