Battlegrounds Mobile India has been soft-launched in India where the developers have released the early access of this game publicly. One of the most important parts in-game is mastering your crosshair placement and having the best sensitivity in Battlegrounds Mobile India helps you to do so.
ADS and camera sensitivity are basic sensitivities that will help players to aim but a more intricate mechanism in Battlegrounds Mobile India is gyroscope sensitivity. Simply speaking, a gyroscope enables players to track their aim with the movement of their phones.
Battlegrounds Mobile India Gyroscope Sensitivity
When players move their phones up and down or sideways, the character and crosshair move accordingly. If the sensitivity is set too low, the movement is very minute but if you increase the sensitivity to more than 200%, a significant change can be noticed. First, players may find it difficult to adapt to the gyroscopic effect but once you get used to it, your gameplay can improve significantly.
If you want to set up your own gyroscopic sensitivity, copy the values given below and then adjust them according to your own preference. These sensitivities may not the best for you but they will act as a baseline.
- TPP No Scope – 300 to 350
- FPP No Scope – 300 to 350
- Red Dot, Holo – 280 to 300
- 2x – 280 to 300
- 3x – 250 to 280
- 4x – 180 to 220
- 6x – 100 to 120
- 8x – 40 to 60
If you want to adapt to the gyroscope and practice it more efficiently, you can follow the steps given below to understand how the feature works and then play around with the values to get your perfect set of gyroscopic sensitivity in Battlegrounds Mobile India.
- Jump into training grounds and take the spot in front of vehicle spawns.
- Turn the gyroscope on and set the sensitivity values as given below.
- Tilt the phone in such a way that your crosshair moves by almost 180 degrees in the horizontal direction.
- A 180 degrees turn is the standard move that will help you to trace moving enemies and vehicles.
- If you are covering a smaller angle than 180 degrees, try to increase your standard sensitivity and repeat the process and if you are covering a wider angle, decrease the sensitivity.
Let us know if you were able to find your own sensitivity by using these methods.