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Diablo 4 how to show latency

To show your latency (ms) in Diablo 4, you can follow these steps:

  1. Make sure you are playing on PC. You cannot see either FPS or Latency if playing on console.
  2. Press CTRL and R together on your keyboard.
  3. The FPS will show at the bottom corner of the screen. The size of the counter cannot be adjusted, neither can the colour.
  4. Press CTRL and R together again to show latency.
  5. Press CTRL and R together a third time to remove the counter.

The latency counter will show in green, yellow, or red depending on your connection quality. Green indicates a good connection, yellow indicates a moderate connection, and red indicates a poor connection.

Here is a table of the different latency colors and their meanings:

Color Meaning
Green Good connection (< 100 ms)
Yellow Moderate connection (100-200 ms)
Red Poor connection (> 200 ms)

If you are experiencing high latency, there are a few things you can do to improve your connection:

  • Check your internet connection speed and make sure it is sufficient for gaming.
  • Close any unnecessary programs that may be using up bandwidth.
  • Use a wired connection instead of Wi-Fi.
  • Try a different server.

I hope this helps!