Like most modern games, Diablo IV it will allow you to change the frame rate (FPS) at which the game runs in its settings menu. This includes both foreground and background FPS. So if you notice that when you exit the game it is running at a significantly lower frame rate, this guide will explain how to change both FPS settings in Diablo IV.
Access your options menu and go to the “Charts” section. Under the “Performance” tab, you will find the FPS options “Max Foreground” and “Max Background”. Here you can manually adjust the FPS the game exhausts when you’re in or out of the game. This is especially great for streamers if they’re going to be playing in windowed mode.
Moreover, if Diablo IV puts your PC to the test (especially when fighting World Bosses), you can manually assign an ideal frame rate for your team with this option. However, you can’t enter a number, and instead you’ll have to play with the sliders to set your preferred frame rate.
If you want audio to play in the background when you’re not in game, go to the “Sounds” tab and under “Output game audio” check the “Play in background” option. “. This will allow game audio to play even if it is not the main window you currently have open.
Diablo IV will launch on June 6, 2023 on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and PC, and its Early Access Beta Weekend will run from March 17-20, 2023. The Open Beta will run from March 24-27, 2023.
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