A Guide to Valorant Mouse Settings
Anyone who has spent a significant amount of time playing first person shooters (FPS), knows how important proper mouse settings are.
Everyone plays differently and ensuring that the mouse settings match each play style is important to getting the best in-game performance. A good way to start when trying to find those mouse settings is by having a look at the settings of professional players.
When it comes to mouse settings, there are a few terms to be aware of. Let’s go over them for the players who might be new to FPS games.
Some key takeaways here are the average and median eDPI. A 277 average eDPI roughly translates to around a 0.35 sensitivity in-game with 800 DPI. The 251 median DPI is even lower with around a 0.31 sensitivity in-game with 800 DPI.
The pro players with eDPI numbers on both extremes are Braxton “brax” Pierce of T1, with a 150 eDPI (0.377 sensitivity/400 DPI) and Stefan “1mpala” Ailazyan of forZe with a 788 eDPI (0.493 sensitivity/1,600 DPI).
Other well-known players like G2’s Oscar “mixwell” Cañellas Colocho has a 276 eDPI (0.690 sensitivity/400 DPI) and TSM’s Matthew “Wardell” Yu has a 260 eDPI (0.650 sensitivity/400 DPI).
It’s important to remember that not all players are the same. Just because one pro uses certain settings those may not be the right ones for you. Use these settings as a starting point and tune them accordingly to your liking.
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