More and more people have been quitting CS:GO and joining Valorant. Valve not adding anti-cheats to CS:GO is one of the biggest reasons behind this. CS:GO is not the only platform that players are moving to Valorant from. Players have been coming in from Apex Legends, Rainbow Six Siege, etc. too. This will be a guide for you to convert cs:go to valorant sensitivity settings.
How to convert Sensitivity Settings from CS:GO to Valorant
The most important thing when it comes to sensitivity settings is your Mouse DPI and we all know that. However, if you’re moving from CS:GO to Valorant, there might be more things you’d need to consider. Players have done the math and it seems that to get your perfect Valorant sensitivity setting, you need to divide your current CS:GO setting by 3.18. Similarly, if you want to convert from Apex Legends to Valorant sensitivity settings, you also divide by 3.18.
If you are coming to Valorant from OverWatch, divide your settings by 10.6 and multiply your Rainbow Six Siege sensitivity by 1.2 to get your Valorant Settings.
Field of View also affects these sensitivity settings so you might have to try a couple of different settings to get your perfect cs:go settings in valorant.
How to find your CS:GO Sensitivity Settings
Here is how you can find what CS:GO Setting you are using currently.
- Go to CS:GO
- Click on the Settings icon on the bottom left.
- Click the Keyboard tab and you will see the Mouse Sensitivity Settings.
You can use this number now to divide it and get your accurate Valorant Settings. If this confuses you or if you use a specific field of view, you can use Sensitivity Convertors to convert from CS:GO to valorant sensitivity settings. This sensitivity converter is one of the best ones out there. We hope this guide helps you to find the best CS:GO to Valorant Sensitivity settings. If you are moving from Valorant to CS:GO you can use this same method and use the calculator. Here is how you can fix the low FPS error in Valorant.