Best ADS Sensitivity Settings in Warzone

What are the best ADS sensitivity settings in Warzone? Well, it depends on your preferences and playstyle, but this article is here to help you figure that out; these settings are super important to get right, and not many people give them much attention.

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So let’s start with exactly what they mean.

  • ADS Sensitivity Multiplier (Low Zoom)
  • This is your sensitivity when you’re aiming down sights with standard sights. So by this, I mean iron sights or anything with the Zoom optic below 3.25 times zoom,
  • ADS Sensitivity Multiplier (High Zoom)
  • It affects your sensitivity with optics with 3.25 times zoom or over, which essentially means snipers.

Now, these multipliers are relative to your existing sensitivity. I use Horizontal Stick Sensitivity = 5 and Vertical Stick Sensitivity = 5, and on both ABS Multipliers = 1.00, which means when I’m aiming again with an AR or a sniper, I have the same sensitivity as when I’m not aiming down my sights.

On the flip side, if you have Vertical Stick Sensitivity = 20 and Horizontal Stick Sensitivity = 20 or something much higher than my 55 for crackdown movement but wanted something more controllable when you’re aiming down your sights, you can put these ABS Multipliers = 0.25. Essentially this would put you back in the Mortal Realm, and you’d be effectively ADSing at a Sensitivity = 5.

So what should you use on ads sensitivity?

I recommend using the closest to one on both of these that you can get. This means you have the best chance to snap onto people, even when aiming down your sights. It’s the same deal with standard horizontal and vertical sensitivity; you want the highest you can get before you start missing or having 1-1 on ADS sensitivity is tough to maintain and control, though, which is why I use 0.90 for low zoom and 0.80 for high zoom takes 10% off my standard non ADS sensitivity and enables me to have slightly more precise movements when aiming in.

Generally, you want to be able to swing around very fast outside of ADS but be able to hone in when aiming in, and ABS Multipliers = 0.90 gives me that 0.80 is essentially when I’m using a sniper very rarely are we using scopes with over 3.25 times zoom except maybe the Royal and Kross 4x. Some players like to have high zoom at a higher sensitivity than low zoom. But for me, at least, that makes no sense; with a sniper, you want even more control of the minute movement in your aim to ensure you get that headshot off. It would be best if you rarely tracked someone at a high pace across the map where you can’t even keep up.

Of course, suppose you already use a particularly low sensitivity. In that case, you don’t want to take too much off that when you’re aiming in because we’ll be able to respond that well to unexpected enemies in your eyeliner; for example, if you’re running Horizontal Stick, Sensitivity = 3 and Vertical Stick Sensitivity = 3, then you put your ABS Multipliers = 0.80 you are getting relatively slow now, and that might hinder you if you’re unsure what to use.

I recommend my settings.

  • Horizontal Stick Sensitivity = 5
  • Vertical Stick Sensitivity = 5
  • ADS Sensitivity Multiplier (Low Zoom) = 0.90
  • ADS Sensitivity Multiplier (High Zoom) = 0.80

But the higher you are on those horizontal and vertical sensitivity settings, consider putting the ADS multipliers lower if you struggle with aim.

Hopefully, this content helped you guys out; if it did, let me know by dropping a comment using the comment section down below.

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