Monitoring frame rate in Windows Store games mostly requires support for the feature being built in directly. Whether it's for bragging rights or keeping one eye on stability, folks like looking at how well their system is performing.
Fortunately for Forza Horizon 3 fans you can do just this. Here's how to enable it.
- Pause the game.
- On the home tab, select settings.
- Now scroll over and select video.
- You'll now see the graphics options for the game.
- Under the basic tab, find show FPS.
- Turn show FPS to on.
Now, head back into the game and you'll see a small counter in the top right-hand corner of the screen displaying a real-time update on your frame rate. Use it to either show off your performance to your friends or see just how stable things are on your current settings. Both are good!
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Good feature but i really won't want to show this on gameplay screen.
Then don't enable it. Where else would you display it?
Is the game compatible with HoloLens?
Doubt it. It was just a wild suggestion.
Is this game playable on Surface Book i5, 8GB, dGPU?
Is it worth getting windows 10 for this game?
It's worth getting Windows 10. Period.
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