The sensitivity settings we provide have been tested by our team members and are accurate. However, if you find that they are not working for you, you can slightly change them in the Training Room. Thank you for choosing our service!

Camera Sensitivity (Free Look)

When it comes to adjusting your camera sensitivity, there are a few things to keep in mind. Sensitivity settings affect how fast or slow your character can look around. The default TCP and FPP sensitivities should work fine for most players, but if you’re finding yourself struggling to keep up with the action, you may want to consider increasing your sensitivity.

One thing to remember is that changing your sensitivity settings will not automatically improve your recoil control or gameplay. It all comes down to you and how well you can control your movements. If you have trouble keeping your shots on target, try practicing with a lower-sensitivity setting. Once you get a feel for the game, you can gradually increase your sensitivity until you find a comfortable setting.

  • 3rd person camera-100%
  • camera-120%
  • 1st person camera-90%

Camera Settings

Camera Sensitivity relates to the look-around view of a player. Adjusting this will decide how fast/slow a player will be able to look around. The default sensitivity of the TPP and FPP camera should work fine. Camera sensitivity settings improve the movement of the player, It also improves the reflexes in the game. By keeping the camera sensitivity high the movement will be fast and more smooth, By keeping the camera sensitivity less the movement will be slower.

Just Changing the settings that are provided on the website will not totally change the recoil and gameplay, for better gameplay one must understand how to use those settings accordingly.

3rd person No Scope-120%

1st person No Scope-95%

Red dot, Holographic, Aim Assist-55%

2x Scope-35%

3x Scope-25%

4x Scope, VSS-30%

6x Scope-8%

8x Scope-8%

ADS Sensitivity

ADS stands for Aim Down Sight. Adjusting ADS sensitivity will determine how much control a player will have over recoil while firing. Changing the ADS sensitivity will not change the sensitivity of looking around but will affect the movement of guns while scoping in and firing. Tweaking the ADS sensitivity can adjust recoil and help players close in on targets faster.

By just changing the settings that are provided on the website, it will not totally change the recoil and gameplay. It also depends on you, like fingers movement, and the way of mobile you hold.

3rd person No Scope-120%

1st person No Scope-90%

Red dot, Holographic, Aim Assist-55%

2x Scope-35%

3x Scope-100%

4x Scope, VSS-25%

6x Scope-12%

8x Scope-10%

Gyroscope 

One of the great things about a Gyroscope is that it tracks the movements of your device and converts that into motion within the game. This can be really helpful in terms of aiming since you can simply move your mobile device in order to aim up or down or left or right. However, the sensitivity of the Gyroscope will determine how quickly the game will track those movements and change

If you’re a Gyroscope player, you know that having the right sensitivity can make all the difference in your gameplay. That’s why we’ve put together this guide on how to adjust your Gyroscope settings for the best performance.

First, open up the Settings menu and go to the Gyroscope tab. Here you’ll see a slider that controls the sensitivity of the Gyroscope. We recommend setting this to somewhere around 50-60% for most players.

Once you’ve set the Gyroscope sensitivity, head into a training room and test it out. See how quickly the screen orientation changes when you move your device. If it’s too fast or too slow, adjust the sensitivity accordingly until you.

3rd person No Scope-120%

1st person No Scope-100%

Red dot, Holographic, Aim Assist-95%

2x Scope-80%

3x Scope-70%

4x Scope, VSS-55%

6x Scope-50%

8x Scope-40%

Categories: Sensitivity Settings