How to Convert Your Valorant Sensitivity to CS2
If you are a Valorant player who wants to try out Counter-Strike 2 (CS2) but don’t know how to convert your sensitivity, we are here to help you out. Do note that both games play very differently despite their similarities. The right sensitivity in CS2 is the one that feels most comfortable to you and allows you to aim accurately and consistently. There is no one-size-fits-all answer, as the best sensitivity will vary depending on your personal preferences and playstyle. You can convert your Valorant sensitivity to CS2 and see what works for you.
How to convert your sensitivity - Valorant to CS2
To convert your Valorant sensitivity to CS2, you can use the following formula:
CS2 sensitivity = Valorant sensitivity * 3.18
For example, if your Valorant sensitivity is 2.0, your CS2 sensitivity would be 6.36.
To apply your new sensitivity in CS2, you can follow these steps:
Open CS2 and go to the Settings menu.
Click on the Keyboard/Mouse tab.
Under Mouse Sensitivity, enter your new sensitivity value.
Click Apply and then OK to save your changes.
You can also use a third-party sensitivity converter to calculate the correct value for you. Here are a few examples:
Once you have converted your sensitivity, it is important to test it out in a custom game or deathmatch to make sure that it feels comfortable. You may need to adjust it slightly until you find the perfect setting for you.
Please note that this is just a general conversion formula. The best way to find the perfect sensitivity for you is to experiment and find what works best for your playstyle and mouse setup. What works for other pro players might not be suitable for you so make sure you tweak your sensitivity settings based on what feels right.
Here are some additional tips for finding the right sensitivity in CS2:
Use a large mousepad: This will give you more room to move your mouse and make it easier to do a 180-degree turn.
Disable mouse acceleration: Mouse acceleration can make it difficult to aim accurately and consistently: To disable mouse acceleration, go to the Control Panel and click on Mouse. Click on the Pointer Options tab and uncheck the box next to Enhance pointer precision.
Use a consistent DPI setting: DPI stands for dots per inch. It is a measure of how sensitive your mouse is. If you change your DPI setting, you will need to adjust your sensitivity in CS2. To find a consistent DPI setting, experiment with different settings until you find one that feels comfortable and allows you to aim accurately and consistently.