If you’re looking for the best way to match your game sensitivity across different games, then look no further than the Liquipedia Sensitivity Calculator.
Why Use This Calculator?
Some people prefer to have varying mouse sensitivities across different games. However, if you want to take your gaming to the next level, then you should look into a sensitivity calculator to match your mouse sensitivities. This is especially true if you play competitively across different games.
However, you don’t need to be a competitively ranked player to seek the natural feeling of the same game sensitivity regardless of which game you play. You can play casually and still practice the same mouse movements by keeping the same mouse sensitivity. It’s a much better alternative to having to relearn different mouse sensitivity speeds and needing to adapt to each game.
How To Use This Calculator
Using the Liquipedia Sensitivity Calculator is relatively intuitive and straightforward.
Step 1: Hit the dropdown arrow under “Game to convert from:” and choose your game.
Step 2: Input a value under “Your in-game sensitivity value:”
Step 3: Input a value under “Your mouse CPI value”
Clicking “I use my own yaw/pitch unit” changes step 1 to “Convert from this base rotator unit (in degrees)”
Clicking “Custom output sensitivity” opens up an additional value input “Convert from this base rotator unit (in degrees)”
You can play around with the input values on the left and notice the output values on the right change.
What Games Does The Liquipedia Sensitivity Calculator Support?
The Liquipedia Sensitivity Calculator supports any source (engine) games such as Counter-Strike. It also supports newer games such as Rainbow Six Siege, Reflex Arena, Overwatch, and Fortnite. For custom yaw values from other games check out this sensitivity matcher.
In the end, if you’re looking for comfort and consistency, then use the Liquipedia Sensitivity Calculator.
Overwatch, Counter-Strike, Quake, Rainbow6, Fortnite, Reflex Arena, etc. For games that are not listed, find custom yaw values with KovaaK's Sensitivity Matcher: https://github.com/KovaaK/Sens…
Message From The Creator