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As with most online games, I like to see numbers behind lag I'm experiencing. I know the game shows notifications about extrapolation and packet loss by default, but not ping. How can I see my ping?

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Enable the option "Display performance stats" in the video options.

This will show FPS and ping, in the top left corner.

Screenshot sowing statistics

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    Ping is the one shown as "PNG" on the top left corner btw. – Ave May 25 '16 at 20:29
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    is TMP the graphics card temperature, or CPU? – user1306322 May 26 '16 at 3:49
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    @user1306322 I have no idea, I'll see if I can get some other software reading the sensors running alongside next time I play. – Kevin May 26 '16 at 7:46
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    @user1306322 It is your GPU temp. I tested it against HWMonitor and MSI Afterburner just to be sure. – AdamP May 26 '16 at 15:26
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    On PC, the default keybind to toggle this is Ctrl + Shift + R. – Rowan Freeman May 27 '16 at 0:05
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Expanding on Kevin van der Velden's answer, the "Video" options were changed in an update to allow showing or hiding individual performance stats.

After enabling "Display Performance Stats", open the "Advanced Performance Stats" section below and make sure that "Show Network Latency" is enabled.

In addition to displaying ping, the section also has options for "Framerate", "GPU Temperature", "VRAM Usage", and "Network Interpolation Delay"

Advanced performance stats

  • Your image is out of date now. Recent update changed "Network Ping" to "Network Latency". see here. – Malco Mar 28 '18 at 14:37
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Control + Shift + R is the default setting to toggle it. If you scroll down to the bottom of controls you can find an option to change it.

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