Valorant is one of the biggest FPS shooters on the market, but if you are used to other first-person games, can you adjust the sensitivity settings to match?
Using a Sens Converter is a fantastic way to get your gameplay matched to that of another title, so if you’re an Apex Legend player moving over? This is a great solution.
Here’s everything you need to know about using a Sens Converter for Valorant.
What Is a Sensitivity Converter/Calculator?
Several sites offer different ways to calculate the sensitivity of a certain FPS title to match that of another game.
GamingSmart.com has a brilliant and simple calculator to change your settings, even beyond that of Valorant, but for the eSport this is a handy way to bring over a playstyle and feel that you might already be more accustomed to.
How To Use The Sens Converter
Here is exactly how you can use the Sens Converter on GamingSmart:
- To use this calculator, simply choose which games you want to convert from and to, then enter the sensitivity of the original game you’re converting from.
- After that, you’ll have the option of choosing a “from” and “to” DPI. If you’re not changing DPI between games, then do not worry about this section and leave it as is.
- After entering in the required information, the calculator will instantaneously calculate and display your new converted sensitivity in the final section.
- Beside your new sensitivity there is also a section that shows your inches and cm per 360.
- Those measurements simply indicate how far you have to move your mouse to do a full 360 in-game.
What is also handy is that the calculator even works for older titles, so if you’re moving from the likes of Half-Life 2 (where have you been!?) then this can also be calcuated.
The calculator works across the following games:
- Apex Legends
- Black Squad
- Borderlands 3
- Call of Duty: BO4
- Call of Duty: BOCW
- Call of Duty: MW (2019)
- Call of Duty: Vanguard
- Call of Duty: BRCS 1.6
- DayZDestiny 2
- Garry’s Mod
- Half-Life 2
- Halo Infinite
- Halo: Reach
- Hyper ScapeL4D2
- New World
- PAYDAY 2
- Tom Clancy’s R6S
- Team Fortress 2
- Titanfall 2
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