Free Fire is a popular battle royale game with a huge player base and with a large competitive community. As the competition rises, players need to increase their aim accuracy and precision to excel at the game. The simplest way to become better at the game is by knowing your perfect sensitivity and practicing with those settings. Here is how you can find the best sensitivity for Free Fire after the OB27 Patch update.
Sensitivity is the measure of angular movement a player can achieve while with the swipe of their finger. If the sensitivity is not optimum, players can feel their aim moving too fast or too slow. It is absolutely necessary to get the perfect sensitivity for yourself and you can follow these steps to find your own sensitivity.
Free Fire Best Sensitivity
- Jump into practice mode where there will be no disturbance and take a big open spot in the map.
- Swipe your thumb from the middle part of your screen to the right edge of your phone.
- Cover the maximum possible distance and check if your crosshair has moved by 180 degrees or not.
- A 180 degrees turn is the standard move that everyone should be able to do to counter the enemies sneaking onto you from behind.
- 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.
This will allow you to get your own sensitivity but it is also necessary to start with an ideal setting to get faster results. Here is a set of sensitivities you can use and tweak around to get the perfect grip in Free Fire.
- General – 100
- Red Dot – 100
- 2X Scope – 90
- 4X Scope – 85
- AWM Scope – 50
- Free Look – 70
We recommend you to change these sensitivities slightly before playing your rank matches and get used to it in the normal matches and clash squad mode. New settings will make your gameplay slightly different and hence, make sure to practice them perfectly before applying them in ranked matches.
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