17 Jun 2021 11:07 AM +00:00

Warzone finally gets 120 FPS support on PS5; Here's how to enable it

It isn't a native next-gen version just yet, but Warzone IS improving graphically. It's just a bit slow, okay?

The Warzone Season 4 update has introduced 120 FPS support for the game on PS5 consoles and here's everything you need to know about setting up your system and turning it on.

How To Turn On 120 FPS

Enabling 120 FPS is pretty simple on a PS5 console and you might find out that you've already got it enabled. At the moment, there aren't many PS5 titles out there that make the most of the additional FPS capabilities and the average display won't be able to hack it.

However, here's what you need to do...

  • Settings
    • Screen & Video
      • Enable 120 HZ
        • Toggle to "Automatic"
Warzone Season 4 120 FPS PS5 Settings
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PART ONE- This is what you should be looking at to begin with...

Then...

  • Settings
    • Saved Data and Game/App Settings
      • Game Presets
        • Select "Performance Mode"
Warzone Season 4 120 FPS PS5 Settings
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PART TWO - Then, the following screen is what you need to be on...

What Else To Know

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There are, of course, a few things to note. Firstly, you'll need to make sure your TV and/or Monitor can support a 120 FPS display. For the most part, PC Monitors can do this but you might have issues with an older TV.

In addition to this, you need to know if you have an HDMI 2.1 display input or not.

If you don't, you will only be able to get 120Hz performance at 1080p resolution. This is still going to look good, but it's obviously not the best option. Make sure you're looking at 1080p and not 2160p, though, otherwise you won't be able to hit 120Hz and get 120 FPS.

If you do have an HDMI 2.1 input, you should be able to get 120Hz performance at 4K resolution.

We expect Raven Software to continue to update Warzone throughout the future.