What sensitivity do you recommend for a classic Alt player like me? Please drop your full sensitivity settings I like to move fast or play for shots sometimes. If. Anyone can please give me a detailed explanation on how deadzones work please lemme know thank you
Deadzones are the (small) area of your right thumbstick where movement isn’t registered. This is to counter stick drift. If you have a good controller and want faster movement set inner:0 outer:10(it can be any combination, but for a faster net movement make sure outer>inner)By doing this you decrease the deadzone area thus giving you essentially a higher sensitivity.
It’s like asking what size clothes to wear. The ones that fit YOU. Use the highest you can handle without missing your shots.
Deadzones; leave outer on default. For inner go with the lowest possible until your screen starts to ‘drift’ on its own.
The best sensitivity you can have is called a mouse and keyboard
why would you have outer 10?(default is 0)
inner should definetely be as close to zero as possible without having your screen auto moving.
@Soniike I recommend using max sensitivity and 10 aim acceleration along with 0-3 inner deadzone and 0 outer deadzone if you play claw or torunament
I recommend 25 and above sensitivity Max sens can be challenging to master aim acceleration preferably 8 or above unless you want players out running your hard-aims as for Deadzones I have noticed they can make a huge difference for better or worse choose wisely
I play with 4 four paddles but I’ll deffo try this out when I get back!
Im used to max since Gears 3 and my aim is quite good.max aim accel to be able to compete against other mouse and keyboard players easily.
Not everyone plays it on PC
@greatwhiteshark would agree with you😂
I use to play on max sensitivity and did well but it was difficult for me to hit the shots that mattered like a long distance lancer shot to support a teammate and in those situations even 3 lancer bullets can be the difference between winning or losing a round. Right now I’m using 27s
If you play claw it’s way easier to bounce and aim. I’ve played claw ever since I felt that putting one finger on A and another on thumbstick made it easier to bounce.
I play thumbs and Tournament myself but I have been very interested in Claw because I’ve noticed almost every Pro player uses Claw the problem is I’m not even sure how to do it correctly maybe there’s a YouTube video explaining
there’s plenty of videos om youtube but I started playing claw without knowing what it was, just found out by testing myself
I’m watching a video right now and I immediately noticed moving the joystick feels a lot more steady and fluid with my finger on the A button. Also using A to strafe seems a lot more reliable than using the left button because those top buttons can be a little weak I’ve broken a few. I am now switching over to claw