Frames-per-second (FPS) helps determine how smooth your gameplay is. Most players aim for around 60 FPS as a standard in Apex Legends.
You can turn on your FPS tracking to monitor whether you should turn down other gameplay settings. For example, if your FPS is lower than 60, you may decide to turn some settings down, or adjust the Adaptive Resolution FPS Target in the Video settings tab under the Advanced section.
You’ll now see FPS and ping data in the top-right corner.
You’ll see FPS displayed in the corner of your screen where you chose to display it. The example below shows the top-right option with the FPS Counter Window Size at 300% and the FPS Counter Transparency set to Light.
You’ll see the FPS counter displayed in the corner of your screen that you chose to place it. The example below shows the top-right option with High contrast color turned on.