If you’re floating between source games like Counter-Strike or Quake to Overwatch, then it might be a hassle for your muscle memory to have different sensitivities. This is especially true if you’re playing scoped characters such as Ashe or Widowmaker in Overwatch.
If you’re playing scoped characters in Overwatch, then you also have to use an Overwatch zoom sensitivity calculator and it’s just nonstop crunching numbers until you find something that you’re comfortable with.
Counter Strike / Quake to Overwatch convertor
Why Use A Counter-Strike / Quake To Overwatch Converter?
Finding your sensitivity has a number of variables from the model of the mouse that you’re using to the surface you’re playing on. You could look up optimal mouse sensitivity settings all day, but at the end of the day, you need to play with what you’re comfortable with. Many Counter-Strike players prefer to play on a lower in-game sensitivity in order to improve their aim.
The majority seem to go with 400 dpi. If you’re so used to a certain sensitivity, then why learn new muscle memory when converting to Overwatch? Let’s look at how to use the Counter-Strike / Quake to Overwatch Converter in order to calculate the right sensitivity for you.
How To Use The Counter-Strike / Quake To Overwatch Converter
In order to get the outputs on the right side (at the bottom if you’re on mobile) you need to input a couple of values first. Follow these
Step One: “Under CS / Quake / etc. sensitivity” input your value at a minimum of 0.01 and a maximum of 30.
Step Two: Under “Overwatch Sensitivity” input a value between a minimum of 1 and a maximum of 100.
Step Three (Optional): Input your mouse’s DPI / CPI under “Mouse DPI / CPI”
You’ll notice the outputs change on the right as you’re inputting values on the left.
Overwatch has no floats / decimals calculator and sensitivity in a config file would be nice. Made by @Stoylish / reddit.com/user/Stoylish
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