How To Show/Hide FPS Counter Enshrouded

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Monitoring the Frames Per Second (FPS) in Enshrouded can be crucial for players who want to keep an eye on game performance, especially when tweaking graphics settings or running the game on different hardware setups. The Steam overlay offers an easy way to display an FPS counter. Whether you are a performance enthusiast or simply curious about your game’s running efficiency, this guide will show you how to show or hide the FPS counter in Enshrouded using the Steam overlay.

  1. Open the Game: Start by launching Enshrouded. Wait for the game to fully load until you are on the main screen where you usually interact with the game’s menu and settings.
  2. Open the Steam Overlay: While in the game, press ‘Shift’ and ‘Tab’ simultaneously to open the Steam overlay. This overlay allows you to access various additional features and settings while in-game.
  3. Access Steam Overlay Settings: In the Steam overlay, look for the ‘Settings’ icon. This is usually found at the bottom of the overlay or in a menu. Click on this icon to access the Steam settings.
  4. Locate In-Game FPS Counter Option: Navigate to the ‘In-Game’ tab within the Steam settings. Here, you will find various options related to your in-game experience. Look for the ‘In-Game FPS Counter’ option.
  5. Choose Your FPS Counter Display Setting: Under the ‘In-Game FPS Counter’ section, you have several options for displaying the FPS counter:
    • Off: Select this to hide the FPS counter.Top-left: Displays the FPS counter in the top-left corner of your screen.Top-right: Shows the FPS counter in the top-right corner.Bottom-right: Places the FPS counter in the bottom-right corner.Bottom-left: Puts the FPS counter in the bottom-left corner.
    Choose the location that least obstructs your gameplay and suits your preference.

Enabling or hiding the FPS counter in Enshrouded is a simple process that can be very helpful for monitoring game performance. Whether you’re troubleshooting, optimizing settings, or just curious about how well the game runs on your system, the Steam overlay’s FPS counter is a handy tool. Remember, the right placement of the counter can provide valuable information without disrupting your gaming experience.