Best BGMI Sensitivity Settings for Non-Gyroscope Players: Camera, Free Look, ADS

These are the best sensitivity settings for non-gyroscope BGMI players.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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Highlights
Gyroscope is generally preferred by BGMI players as it helps in micro adjustment of the aim and recoil reduction.
There are some players who do prefer playing without gyroscope enabled, as it leads to more discomfort for them than improvement.
Check out the best possible BGMI sensitivity settings for non-gyroscope players across camera, free look, and ADS.

-Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI) has taken the country by storm, initially limited to just the Android users, Krafton, on 18th August finally released it for iOS devices also. The developers have even announced the first official BGMI competitive tournament, Battlegrounds Mobile India Series 2021, which has created a lot of hype as players strive to improve themselves along with their squads.

The India exclusive Battle Royale provides BGMI users a plethora of options to customize their in-game and hardware settings. Let's check out the best sensitivity settings for players that play without a gyroscope in BGMI.

Non-gyroscope BGMI players - Best sensitivity settings

BGMI offers all the players a lot of in-game and hardware settings which helps them in becoming a better player. They can finetune all these settings to better hone their skills and improve their gameplay significantly.

All the professional BGMI players put in a lot of time and effort to precisely adjust all these settings, as per their playstyle, role, demands, needs, and comfort.

One of these settings is related to gyroscope which is mostly used by players to micro adjust their aim when dueling with the enemies, controlling their recoil when spraying, and other movements that require very fine adjustment.

While most players enable the gyroscope and adjust those settings for a better feel and control when firing or engaging in a gun battle, there are some who do not like gyroscope-based-gameplay and that is absolutely fine.

For all the non-gyroscope BGMI players, here are the best possible sensitivity settings which will help them improve their gameplay, while being both effective and efficient.

Camera (Free Look)

  • Third Person Camera: 115%

  • First Person Camera: 90%

  • Camera: 110%

Camera Sensitivty Settings

  • Third Person (TPP) No Scope: 100-180%

  • First Person (FPP) No Scope: 100-180%

  • Red Dot, Holographic: 50-120%

  • 2x Scope: 80-120%

  • 3x Scope: 15-30%

  • 4x Scope: 10-25%

  • 6x Scope: 5-12%

  • 8x Scope: 5%

Camera Sensitivity Settings for Non-Gyroscope BGMI Players

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ADS (Aim Down Sight) Sensitivity Settings

  • Third Person (TPP) No scope: 95-100%

  • First Person (FPP) No scope: 100-120%

  • Red Dot, Holographic, Aim Assist: 55-100%

  • 2x Scope: 37-45%

  • 3x Scope: 30-35%

  • 4x Scope: 25-30%

  • 6x Scope: 20-23%

  • 8x Scope: 10-13%

Camera Sensitivity Settings for Non-Gyroscope BGMI Players

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The above parameters offer a great guideline to players who want to start playing with a gyroscope or have already adapted a non-gyroscope playstyle.

How to Change Settings in BGMI

For those players that are interested in applying these settings and seeing if it actually works out for them, they can follow the steps below to apply them.

  1. Open BGMI and then go to the setting menu on the upper right side of the screen.

  2. Within the settings menu, look for the 'Sensitivity' option and click on it.

  3. From here, you can adjust all the settings mentioned above by simply scrolling down.

  4. Once all the settings have been adjusted as per your requirements, apply these new sensitivity and try them out.

While these ranges might be accurate, players will still be required to find their sweet spot which suits their playstyle and comfort. Keep repeating the steps above until all the settings are tuned to perfection. Automatically, the level of gameplay will undergo a noticeable and significant improvement.

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Aditya is the in-house CS:GO writer at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.