Fortnite menus are full of thoughtful customization options. From accessibility features to finely-tuned audio mixes to social settings and much more, Epic has gone to great lengths to make its massive platform suit players of all types. One thing many players want to do is adjust the frame rate in Fortnite, but that process can vary based on your platform. In this short guide, we’ll show you how to change the frame rate, and what your options will be based on where you’re playing Fortnite.
How to adjust frame rate in Fortnite
Once you open Fortnite, you’ll want to head into the game’s extensive settings menu. By default, the first submenu that you’ll land in is going to be video options, and that’s right where you’ll want to be. Scroll down until you see Display, then look for Frame Rate Limit. Open that menu and adjust it to whichever setting you’d like, but remember that different platforms will allow for different settings. Next we’ll break down what each platform can provide.
Fortnite frame rate settings
Naturally, Fortnite has the most substantial frame rate options on PC. There you’ll find 11 total options from as low as 30 frames per second to as high as unlimited. The full range is listed as follows:
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