Most of the players take time and effort to have a user-friendly game control buttons layout (HUD – Heads Up Display) and Graphic settings. But they are missing something as much important as the HUD and Graphic settings which are sensitivity settings. Sensitivity settings in Call of Duty Mobile are one of the main things that you should take care of. It helps you with better in-game movements and to use the controls buttons more effectively.
Finding the proper sensitivity is important. But how can we make sure that we are having the best sensitivity settings figures? The best way to do is trial and error method. The trial and error method means adjusting each setting one by one and experiment with them inside games until you find the optimum sensitivity. But this method is complex and time-consuming. So, we are going to give you a simple method to find the optimum sensitivity settings in Call of Duty Mobile. (Source HawksNest)
First, you need to change your current sensitivity figures to default settings.
1. Make Sensitivity Settings to Default Values.
Go to settings>Sensitivity>Default>Select Sensitivity>Ok
Now it shows default sensitivity figures as your sensitivity figures.
Next, change the rotation mode to fixed. This would make your movement speed to a fixed amount. Which means when you make a movement inside the game, the speed of the movement will remain constant every time.
Then you have to find out your standard sensitivity. This can differ from one device to another. So instead of copying sensitivity figures from another player, try to find the optimum settings for you and your device. Use following method to find your standard sensitivity.
2. Find the Perfect 180 Degree Rotation Value.
Check what is the value displayed as the first Camera Sensitivity (Standard sensitivity). You have to make sure the standard sensitivity value helps you to do a 180-degree turn with a single swipe of your finger across the mobile display. To find this, hop into a private or a practice match and keep adjusting the Standard Sensitivity value until you get a perfect 180-degree rotation. If you cannot get a 180-degree rotation with a single swipe you will be late to respond to an enemy who is shooting behind you. On the other hand, if you turn more than 180 degrees, you may turn more than you are supposed to.
3. Calculate the Ads, Tactical Scope, and Sniper Scope Sensitivity Values.
Next, you have to find out the Ads sensitivity, Tactical scope sensitivity, and Sniper scope sensitivity. You can simply calculate these three figures using the following equations.
- Ads sensitivity = Standard Sensitivity * 1.24
- Tactical Scope Sensitivity = Standard Sensitivity * 1.65
- Sniper Scope Sensitivity = Standard Sensitivity * 0.48 (If you are a quick sniper, we recommend you to make this value bit high than the calculated value).
4. Firing Sensitivity Values.
Now copy each calculated values to the firing sensitivity section and you are good to go.
You may find it a bit hard to play with changed sensitivity at the beginning. But keep practising it for around a week. Then you will be familiar with these optimum sensitivity settings. Make slight adjustments if necessary.
If you need more info on this, refer to the following video.