Call of Duty: Warzone 2 is a first-person battle royale game where 150 players fight to be the last man standing. It is the sequel to the popular Call of Duty title, Warzone. But this time, the matches will take place on the farm. The title does not only require precision Aims skills but also good target tracking abilities.
Valorant is a tactical first-person shooter where two teams of five players compete using agents. These agents have unique tools and abilities that allow them to achieve the objective of the game. The game takes a slower, more tactical approach to gunfights.
This article will take a closer look at the process of transferring or converting sensitivity numbers between the two games.
Valorant in Warzone 2: How to change mouse sensitivity
Warzone 2 and Valorant work differently. The former is faster and works on a completely different scale, being a battle royale. The goal here is to drop, loot, and survive. In the meantime, the latter concerns the proper coordination of the team and the use of the agent tool.
For those who already play Valorant and are ready to give Warzone 2 a try, this guide will explain the process of transferring or converting sensitivity settings between the two games. This is done so players can maintain a consistent experience across the board.
Sensitivity conversion is very easy once players get their hands on the right tools or resources. A sensitivity value of “1” in Valorant translates to a sensitivity of “10.606” in Warzone 2. There is a ratio of 1:10.606 between the two titles in terms of mouse sensitivity values. Players can make manual transfers using this value.
Use tools to facilitate the conversion process
Players who want to simplify the process can rely on third-party tools. GamingSmart is a service that allows players to transfer their sensitivity numbers between games for free. Here’s how:
1) Head to Smart Game.
2) Select the game whose sensitivity you want to convert. You can do this in the Convert From box. In this case, the game is Valorant.
3) Similarly, choose the game you want to convert the sensitivity values to in the Convert to box. In this case, the game is Warzone 2.
4) Proceed to the “Game Sensitivity” box. Here, enter the sensitivity number you are currently using, which in this case is braver’s.
This will display the converted sensitivity value in the “Your converted sensitivity” box. You can also choose to convert sensitivity numbers based on mouse DPI. To do this, enter the current DPI value in the From DPI box. Then enter the DPI to which you want to convert the sensitivity in the “To DPI” box.
You can use this service to convert sensitivity values between multiple games, such as Apex Legends, Overwatch 2, CS:GO, Team Fortress, Rainbow Six Siege, etc.
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Edited by Rachel Semliye