Whether you are just a newbie in the Free Fire world, or you are an experienced player, if you want to improve your results, it’s crucial to adjust Garena’s Battle settings. Just like anything else, if you don’t renew it, you might not be able to enjoy it to its fullest.
With most games available, you need to tweak them to get them right continually. Likewise, with Free Fire, it comes with so many settings that you can tweak around to take your game to the optimal level. In this guide, we will focus on the three main features, aiming, options and sensitivity.
You will find several crosshairs, graphics, sensitivity to be the most crucial, and that is what this guide is about. If you want to do well or even become better at Free Fire, here are some tips to help you improve on its sensitivity.
Tap the gear found in the upper right of the screen to enter settings. Stop at the controls tab where you find several options related to your taste. Now, depending on your background, you will have to adjust the options to what you are used to.
Note that the essential option is your aim for the game and what aid you get to receive automatically. Whereas there are a few hints of personal taste, there are also pros and cons.
One disadvantage is how hard it is to shoot the enemy right in the head, which, of course, brings damage to opponents. Another problem is the minimum distance, which tends to complicate things. The aim will lock the opponent after some distance, and this is not always functional.
This aim is only fit for beginners; however, over time, players should switch to other options after some time to get acquainted with the most basic mechanisms of this game. Note you can activate the left button to act as a trigger. This gives more options to adapt to the controls of playstyle.
After you have chosen the right aiming mode and also adjusting the control settings, then the next thing will be to check your degree of sensitivity. This option is controversial not only in Free Fire but in almost any shooting game. This is because there is no ideal configuration.
Keep in mind that the ideal sensitivity varies from player to player and from device to device. In case you are just starting out, be sure to do some simple tests like turning the objects around to keep your aim centered. If you find it difficult, that’s when you will know the sensitivity is either too high or low.
As a pro tip, set everything on either 50 or 40 and keep adjusting every five points, until you get to the optimal sensitivity number. After that, keep changing one at a time until you reach the ideal sensitivity you are looking for. Note that you can also add different accessories to achieve the desired experience.
After you have chosen a new sensitivity, take your time and figure out if you might need to switch it up or not. Keep in mind that this act of aiming is more mechanical, and it all depends on muscle memory. Therefore, allow yourself enough time to practice and get used to it. The more you practice, the more natural it becomes to play your game for that sensitivity.
Keep in mind that the sensitivity changes might differ with different devices. Also, note that players who can control high sensitivity and can use Drag shoot are the ones to take ‘General’ to 100. However, keeping General 100 comes with a disadvantage as the screen tends to be more uncontrollable if there are multiple targets.
On the other hand, keeping General at very low can be advantageous and also help players who have difficulties controlling recoil in the combat situation.
Just like any other game, being a good player in Free Fire takes time and practice. Most players spend a lot of time practicing to be better at the game.
Although one might argue that you must practice the right way and be dedicated, there are also particular tips you must keep in mind to improve your general skill level.